Venus was probably habitable for a 3B in a year. There is something mysterious has happened.

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Even though it may be, it is, Mars once supported life, the planet Earth is the only planet in the solar system is at this time well-known in order to do so. However, a new study notes that the Venus may have been habitable a few billion years, until something mysterious happens.

The study, presented at the European Planetary Science Congress – Division for Planetary Sciences Joint Meeting in 2019 at the latest, noting that, Venus and the potential was stable and the temperatures, and it was the home of the “liquid water” is between 2 to 3 billion years, a “dramatic transformation,” it started to happen more than 700 million years ago, which completely reformed the planet and it plunged about 80 per cent of it.

An artist’s representation of Venus in the water. Credit: NASA


“Our theory is that Venus may have had a stable climate for millions of years. It is also possible that the near-global resurfacing event, which is responsible for the transformation of an Earth-like climate, to the fiery, hot-house, which we are seeing today,” said Dr. Michael, the study’s lead author, in a statement.

In order to get back to the present day, Venus has a surface temperature of 864 degrees Fahrenheit. However, in contrast to the five outcomes in this Way, the researchers ran the study, they found that the air was able to achieve a stable temperature scenario ranges from minus 20 degrees Celsius (-4 degrees Fahrenheit) to 50 degrees Celsius (122 degrees Fahrenheit), for about 3 billion years ago.

There is a mysterious cause of mass-explosion of carbon dioxide emissions on the planet are between 700 million and 750 million years ago, an event that Way and believe it may be linked to the volcanic activity on the planet.

“Something has happened to Venus, which is a huge amount of gas is released into the atmosphere, and it couldn’t be re-absorbed by the rock,” Way added. “On Earth, we have a number of examples of large-scale outgassing, for example, in the formation of the Siberian Traps, about 500 million years ago, which has been linked to a mass extinction, but there is nothing on this scale. It’s totally transformed from that of Venus.”

Venus is closer to the Sun and the extreme temperatures of the surface and allows the existence of liquid water on the planet, it is a moot point. However, during the simulations, the researchers added an ocean, at 310 m (1,017 ft) deep, which is 10 meters (32 feet) deep, as well as the amount of water in the soil.

There was also a scenario in which they are used, and the Earth, the topography of the 1,017-foot-deep ocean, as well as a planet to be “fully secured” by an ocean and is 158 m (518 ft) deep, and found that even though Venus is closer to the Sun than the Earth, liquid water could have been present.


Venus is currently almost twice that of the sun’s rays that we have on this Earth,” she said kind of Way. However, in all of the scenarios that we have modelled, we have found that Venus may still have the support of the surface temperatures amenable to liquid water.”

If it was from the earth, from volcanic activity, or something else, ” that is, now, to be in the mood to be in favour of that of liquid water. Way said, more research is needed to understand the planet’s history, and how it can have an impact on the search for extrasolar planets, including the ones that hold liquid water.

“We have more missions to study Venus, to gain a more in-depth understanding of the history and development,” It said. However, our models show that there is a real possibility that Venus could have been habitable, and can be radically different from the Venus we see today. This opens up all sorts of implications for exo-planets have been found in what is referred to as the “Venus Zone,” which is, in fact, to host liquid water and a temperate climate.

Earlier this week, scientists have detected water vapor in the atmosphere is that of a “super-Earth” exoplanet may be habitable temperatures in Q2-18b, 110 light-years away from Earth.


Fox News’ James Rogers contributed to this story.

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