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A solar probe measuring natural radio emissions into Venus’ atmosphere – Commentary Box Sports

This dramatic image of Venus was taken in July 2020 by the Parker Solar Probe, a NASA space probe that will investigate the sun closely. (NASA / Johns

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This dramatic image of Venus was taken in July 2020 by the Parker Solar Probe, a NASA space probe that will investigate the sun closely. (NASA / Johns Hopkins APL / Naval Research Laboratory / Guillermo Stenborg and Brendan Gallagher)
This indicates that the space probe has flown through the planet’s ionosphere. It was the first time in nearly three decades that Venus’ atmosphere was measured directly. Analysis of the data collected in flight confirms that the ionosphere of Venus shows significant…

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