Venus as a more Earth-like planet

@article{Svedhem2007VenusAA,
  title={Venus as a more Earth-like planet},
  author={H. Svedhem and D. Titov and F. Taylor and O. Witasse},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2007},
  volume={450},
  pages={629-632}
}
Venus is Earth’s near twin in mass and radius, and our nearest planetary neighbour, yet conditions there are very different in many respects. Its atmosphere, mostly composed of carbon dioxide, has a surface temperature and pressure far higher than those of Earth. Only traces of water are found, although it is likely that there was much more present in the past, possibly forming Earth-like oceans. Here we discuss how the first year of observations by Venus Express brings into focus the… Expand

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