Dr Wilson said “Some answers are on earth. But some answers are on Venus.
EnVision will study those mysteries with a suite of advanced scientific tools. Its radar system looks through Venus’ thick atmosphere. It will map both surface and rock layers up to 3,300 feet below the surface. Spectrometer arrays seen in ultraviolet and infrared light analyze the chemical composition of the atmosphere. and differentiate between the types of rocks on the ground Radio science experiments will be able to use subtle changes in the planet’s gravity to parse the cake layer structure of Venus’ geological guts.
All of these tools will help answer another important question. “Venus is alive or dead. Geologically?” said Dr. Wilson. Venus, the world covered with volcanoes and erupting graffiti. Obviously, there is a past which is geologically stagnant. Although most scientists suspect Venus is still erupting today. But a dense cloud of clouds hindered the confirmation of that idea. Just as it prevented the search for the movement of the faults that shattered the world.
By exploring surgical science in different parts of the world, EnVision is able to comprehensively eliminate this uncertainty. It can detect heat signatures of active volcanoes. Smell the gas from an erupting volcano and constantly looking for evidence of tectonic activity
Spacecraft will be able to look at the past of Venus. Look for scar tissue left by ancient plates. and the archaeological remains of a volcanic epic that arose in the primeval era. which some suspect may have caused the inevitable greenhouse effect that warms the planet. It will also explore the intriguing plateau above the young lava plains. Some people think that these may have become deformed continent-like strata. if so Shows that they formed in the presence of liquid water. But there is further evidence that Venus used to be an ocean world.
All three missions are equally capable of solving all the mysteries of Venus, such as phosphine, the gas that may be present in the planet’s clouds. Is it produced by microorganisms?
But the hope is that this is the beginning of Venusian’s second renaissance. “It’s the start of a sustainable exploration of Venus,” Dr. Byrne said, and only a series of extended missions to the star. Friday From orbiters and probes all the way to the balloon and landing in the atmosphere Let us discover why it became the evil twin of the world.