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What’s it like on Venus?

SciShow Space takes you on a tour of Venus, a world with such an extreme environment that you might call it “Earth’s evil twin.”


NASA | The Mysterious Holes in the Atmosphere on Venus

Venus has no magnetic field. WHICH IS CRAZY.

If the Earth lacked a magnetic field we wouldn’t be here to take selfies. (“Earth’s magnetic field serves to deflect most of the solar wind, whose charged particles would otherwise strip away the ozone layer that protects the Earth from harmful ultraviolet radiation” Wiki).

"It appeared that there were holes on the nightside of Venus’ ionosphere. Researchers at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center investigated these mysterious holes, and found evidence that the sun’s magnetic field lines may be penetrating through the planet."

”..the sun’s magnetic field lines may be penetrating through the planet.”

That’s awesome.

Remembering the Planets in Order
  • Mercury:<b> <p>My<p>
  • Venus:<b> <p>Very<p>
  • Earth:<b> <p>Eager<p>
  • Mars:<b> <p>Mother<p>
  • Jupiter:<b> <p>Just<p>
  • Saturn:<b> <p>Served<p>
  • Uranus:<b> <p>Us<p>
  • Neptune:<b> <p>Nachos<p>

Reflektor is one of my favorite albums, so I made these collages trying to keep the aesthetics of the album. The first one is inspired in supersymmetry, the statues are Adonis and Aphrodite, Adonis was the deity of plants and rebirth and after his death he flourishes every spring as a poppy flower to be with Aphrodite, the bright scarlet colour of the poppy signifies a promise of resurrection after death. The second statue is Joan of Arc and it needs no explanation, she was the badass woman ever.