The United Arab Emirates (UAE) just announced its next interplanetary mission that will send a spacecraft to orbit Venus. This announcement comes eight months after its achievement of sending the Hope probe to Mars.
Life on Venus might not be real according to a new study that explores the origin of the phosphine found in the Venusian atmosphere. They think the strange chemical might be a product of volcanism on the planet.
Both Jupiter and Mars are bright planets, but neither of them could compare to the brightness of Venus. It is easily visible from the Earth and at times shines even brighter than usual. So, how did this neighboring world become so bright?