Connect with us

Science

Climate Change Made Earth-like Venus Uninhabitable – EcoWatch

Published

on

post featured image
ADVERTISEMENT

By Richard Ernst
We can learn a lot about climate change from Venus, our sister planet. Venus currently has a surface temperature of 450 (the temperature of an oven’s self-cleaning cycle) and an atmosphere dominated by carbon dioxide (96 percent) with a density 90 times that of Earth’s.
Venus is a very strange place, totally uninhabitable, except perhaps in the clouds some 60 kilometers up where the recent discovery of phosphine may suggest floating microbial life. But the surface is totally inhospitable.

Click here to view the original article.

Continue Reading
Advertisement

You might also like ...

Article feature image
Why some physicists are skeptical about the muon experiment that hints at “new physics” – Salon
What’s the Buzz About Bitcoin Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Technology? – SciTechDaily