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Mars may have the limelight at the moment, but Venus could be a better target for humanity.

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A boat on Titan? An airship in the clouds of Venus? A lander on Europa? Nope, NASA is sending another rover to Mars.

In 1995, the STS-70 crew took the following picture of the Earth limb horizon during sunrise. The two specs seen in the image are Venus and Mars.

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A boat on Titan? An airship in the clouds of Venus? A lander on Europa? Nope, NASA is sending another rover to Mars.

4/ A planet there may be awful for like (see Mars, Venus). But it may be like Earth, so it’s a good place to look. So scientists ran simulations to see how many planets you could pack into a star’s HZ. The results surprised me!

A boat on Titan? An airship in the clouds of Venus? A lander on Europa? Nope, NASA is sending another rover to Mars.

fun fact: Venus is, at cloud level, in some respects, more habitable than Mars

A boat on Titan? An airship in the clouds of Venus? A lander on Europa? Nope, NASA is sending another rover to Mars.

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Happy 80th, Ringo! Here's my view of Earth (and Venus) from the surface of Mars where I'm thinking about your message of #PeaceAndLove , and how in good times and in tough ones, we all get by with a little help from our friends.

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There’s a lot to spot in the sky this month. Turn an eye upwards to find: ☀️ The Northern Hemisphere’s #SummerSolstice  in full swing ✨ The Summer Triangle of stars in the East 🔭 Morning planetary views of Mars, Jupiter & Venus And more! Look:

What's up in the March sky? 🔭A planetary grouping of Mars, Jupiter and Saturn 🐶⭐ Sirius (aka the Dog Star) 🌙 Venus, the crescent Moon and the Pleiades To see all of this and more, find out when to look up:

Outdoor temperature on Earth not quite your liking today? You’ll freeze solid or vaporize anywhere else. Average temps elsewhere: Mars: -80 F; Venus: +850 F; Moon: day +250 F / night -250 F; Mercury: day +800 F / night -300 F; Pluto: -350 F; Sun: day +10,000 F / night +10,000 F

What can you see in the night sky this month? ? Beautiful pairings of planets and the crescent Moon throughout the month, at sunrise and sunset. Here's where and when to look to see Venus, Saturn and Mars:

40 light-years away, lie the 7 Earth-sized planets of the TRAPPIST-1 system. We now know that: ?The planets are mostly made of rock ?Some have 250x’s more water than Earth ?3 of the planets favor compact atmospheres similar to Earth, Venus & Mars.

- The longest lunar eclipse in a century will be on the morning of July 28. ? - A total of 5 planets: Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn will be visible at the same time! ? Story ? ? Sam Kelly

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What’s up for August? Watch the night’s sky for the best meteor shower of the year accompanied by the planetary pageantry of Venus, Jupiter, Saturn and Mars! Details on how to ? ? :

Happy #NationalIceCreamDay ! ?How about a scoop of space? Jupiter = salted caramel Neptune = blueberry Mars = rocky road Venus = black raspberry

NASA chart compares approximate size of 7 newly discovered planets with Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars. Water possible on all, 3 more likely.

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