After launching missions to the Moon and Mars, the ISRO is currently preparing a spacecraft to circle Venus to investigate what lies beneath the surface of the solar system’s hottest planet, as well as the secrets hidden behind the Sulfuric Acid clouds that surround it.
Venus is also known for its extraordinary surface air pressure, which is approximately 90 times more than the pressure at sea level on Earth.
Temperatures on Venus’s surface can exceed 870 degrees Fahrenheit due to the severe greenhouse effect (470 degrees Celsius).The surface is supposed to be hot enough to melt lead and covered in many volcanoes. Although the majority of these volcanoes are thought to be dormant, some may still be active.
By Subhechcha Ganguly
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