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Venus as a Nearby Exoplanetary Laboratory

@inproceedings{Kane2020VenusAA,
  title={Venus as a Nearby Exoplanetary Laboratory},
  author={S. Kane and G. Arney and P. Byrne and D. Crisp and S. Domagal-Goldman and C. Goldblatt and D. Grinspoon and J. Head and A. Lenardic and V. Meadows and C. Unterborn and M. J. Way},
  year={2020}
}
  • S. Kane, G. Arney, +9 authors M. J. Way
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • The key goals of the astrobiology community are to identify environments beyond Earth that may be habitable, and to search for signs of life in those environments. A fundamental aspect of understanding the limits of habitable environments and detectable signatures is the study of where such environments can occur. Thus, the need to study the creation, evolution, and frequency of environments hostile to habitability is an integral part of the astrobiology story. The study of these environments… CONTINUE READING
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