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Venus is a dim world of intense heat and volcanic activity. Similar in structure and size to Earth, Venus' thick, toxic atmosphere traps heat in a runaway 'greenhouse effect.' The scorched world has temperatures hot enough to melt lead. Glimpses below the clouds reveal volcanoes and deformed mountains. Venus spins slowly in the opposite direction of most planets.

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16 Dec 2014 Venus Express Goes Gently Into the Night ESA
5 Dec 2014 Venus Express Anomaly European Space Agency
16 May 2014 Venus Express Gets Ready to Take the Plunge ESA
25 Nov 2013 Sounding Rocket to Peek at Atmosphere of Venus NASA/GSFC
20 Jun 2013 ESA Science Missions Continue in Overtime ESA
18 Jun 2013 The Fast Winds of Venus Are Getting Faster ESA
18 Jun 2013 Super-Hurricane-Force Winds on Venus are Getting Stronger ESA
24 Mar 2013 Venus Vortices Go For Chaotic Multi-Storey Strolls Around The Poles Universidad Del Pais
4 Mar 2013 Cassini Spies Bright Venus From Saturn Orbit NASA/JPL
12 Dec 2012 NASA Celebrates 50 Years of Planetary Exploration NASA/JPL
2 Dec 2012 A new episode of active volcanism on Venus? ESA
8 Dec 2010 Akatsuki Flies Past Venus; Next Orbit Opportunity in Six Years JAXA
16 Aug 2010 Japanese Spacecraft Approaches Venus Science@NASA
12 Apr 2010 Venus Volcanoes Venus Volcanoes
22 Oct 2009 PLANET-C Named Akatsuki Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
9 Feb 2009 ESA Missions Extended European Space Agency
30 May 2008 New Details on Venusian Clouds Revealed European Space Agency
15 May 2008 Key Molecule Discovered in Venus's Atmosphere European Space Agency
21 Feb 2008 The Light and Dark of Venus European Space Agency
28 Nov 2007 NASA Scientist Confirms Light Show on Venus NASA/ESA/JPL
18 Jun 2007 MESSENGER Team Releases First Images From Venus 2 Flyby Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
6 Jun 2007 MESSENGER Completes Second Flyby of Venus Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
5 Jun 2007 Venus Flyby Science@NASA
4 Jun 2007 Venus Express and MESSENGER to Look at Venus in Tandem European Space Agency
1 Jun 2007 Watch Venus And Mercury This Week (And Imagine Messenger Flying By) Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
 
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16 Dec 2014 Venus Express Goes Gently Into the Night ESA
5 Dec 2014 Venus Express Anomaly European Space Agency
16 May 2014 Venus Express Gets Ready to Take the Plunge ESA
25 Nov 2013 Sounding Rocket to Peek at Atmosphere of Venus NASA/GSFC
20 Jun 2013 ESA Science Missions Continue in Overtime ESA
18 Jun 2013 The Fast Winds of Venus Are Getting Faster ESA
18 Jun 2013 Super-Hurricane-Force Winds on Venus are Getting Stronger ESA
24 Mar 2013 Venus Vortices Go For Chaotic Multi-Storey Strolls Around The Poles Universidad Del Pais
4 Mar 2013 Cassini Spies Bright Venus From Saturn Orbit NASA/JPL
12 Dec 2012 NASA Celebrates 50 Years of Planetary Exploration NASA/JPL
2 Dec 2012 A new episode of active volcanism on Venus? ESA
8 Dec 2010 Akatsuki Flies Past Venus; Next Orbit Opportunity in Six Years JAXA
16 Aug 2010 Japanese Spacecraft Approaches Venus Science@NASA
12 Apr 2010 Venus Volcanoes Venus Volcanoes
22 Oct 2009 PLANET-C Named Akatsuki Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
9 Feb 2009 ESA Missions Extended European Space Agency
30 May 2008 New Details on Venusian Clouds Revealed European Space Agency
15 May 2008 Key Molecule Discovered in Venus's Atmosphere European Space Agency
21 Feb 2008 The Light and Dark of Venus European Space Agency
28 Nov 2007 NASA Scientist Confirms Light Show on Venus NASA/ESA/JPL
18 Jun 2007 MESSENGER Team Releases First Images From Venus 2 Flyby Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
6 Jun 2007 MESSENGER Completes Second Flyby of Venus Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
5 Jun 2007 Venus Flyby Science@NASA
4 Jun 2007 Venus Express and MESSENGER to Look at Venus in Tandem European Space Agency
1 Jun 2007 Watch Venus And Mercury This Week (And Imagine Messenger Flying By) Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
 
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