Returning to Venus and Getting a Closer Look to Ganymede
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What Do We Hope To Learn By Sending New Probes To Venus?
NASA's latest batch of discovery missions was VERITAS and DAVINCI+ both of which are targeted for Venus. NASA hasn't sent a spacecraft there since 1989. And by the time these launch it'll be close to 4 decades since NASA has seriously studied Earth's nearest planetary neighbour. DAVINCI+ is built around a single atmosphere probe which will allow more photography of the Venusian surface than has been captured by all the missions to Venus so far. The mass spectrometer and other instruments will analyze the atmosphere on the way down and look for chemical clues as to the planet's history. As well as keeping an eye out for phosphine which may indicated some complex chemical processes in the atmosphere. VERITAS brings a new level of mapping capability, allowing the surface to be captures with 100 times the detail previously generated by Magellan
New Venus Missions Announced on This Week @NASA – June 4, 2021
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NASA is Going Back To Venus
In Sept 2020, Scientists found phosphine in Venus's atmosphere. Phosphine is a well known colorless and odorless gas and it's is a possible sign of life inside Venus's clouds. Last time NASA visited Venus was 30 years ago in 1990 since then no space mission has been done on Venus. So, NASA has selected 2 missions: DAVINCI+ and VERITAS. 1. DAVINCI+
DAVINCI+ will consist of a probe that will slowly descend. During descent, it will sample the air from atmosphere and study the chemical composition of Venus's atmosphere. Before landing, it will take first ever photos of Venus's surface. 2. VERITAS
VERITAS will consist of a orbiter around the Venus. It is going to map Venus's surface with high resolution allowing scientists to created a 3D map of Venus. VERITAS will also study the Venus's central core size and try to understand how Venus became a dead planet. NASA Just Discovered A Parallel Universe?
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What NASA hopes to learn on two new missions to Venus
NASA is planning to venture back to Venus for the first time in more than three decades. The space agency says it will launch two missions to study the mysterious planet: one named DaVinci Plus to measure the planet's toxic atmosphere and another named Veritas to map Venus’s surface. Eric Sorensen explains what NASA hopes to learn from the solar system's hottest planet and when these missions will begin. For more info, please go to https://globalnews.ca/news/7917313/nasa-venus-mission-probe-veritas-davinci/ Subscribe to Global News Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20fcXDc
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“We’re Going To Venus”: NASA Announces Two Missions To Study "Hellish" Planet
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NASA Science Live: We’re Going to Venus - NASA Selects Two New Missions
Venus, our planetary neighbor, is a hot, hellish unforgiving world. Its toxic atmosphere and sweltering surface make it a challenging place to study, and it’s been over 3 decades since NASA visited Earth’s evil twin...until now! NASA is sending two bold new missions to study this inferno-like world: DAVINCI+ and VERITAS. Join mission experts Thursday, June 3 at 3:00 p.m. ET on #NASAScience Live and submit your questions for them to answer using #askNASA.
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Dr. James Garvin is the Principal Investigator for the DAVINCI+ mission. His lifelong passion for Venus began in the Fall of 1979 and he says having the DAVINCI+ mission selected is a dream come true. Dr. Garvin is looking forward to exploring many exciting areas of Venus but says that it will be epic to see the Venus mountains at human scales in 3D with DAVINCI+. When he’s not dreaming about going to Venus, Dr. Garvin loves taking walks with his wife and their dog Glenda and watching ice hockey.
Dr. Susanne Smrekar is the Principal Investigator for the VERITAS mission. She was first hooked on the incredible intrigue of Venus when she was ‘in the room’ with the great minds of geology and geophysics, watching data arrive from the Magellan mission over 30 years ago. It has been her lifelong quest to understand how Earth and Venus have diverged. In her free time, she loves to mountain bike, run, hike and be outside.
Nasa announces two new missions to Venus, the first in more than 30 years
Nasa has announced it will return to Venus for the first time in more than 30 years with two new missions amid a renewed global interest in Earth's nearest planetary neighbour. The two missions will launch between 2028 and 2030 and will study the atmosphere and geologic history of the planet. Read more on this: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/06/03/nasa-announces-two-new-missions-venus-first-30-years/ Subscribe to The Telegraph on YouTube ► https://bit.ly/3idrdLH Get the latest headlines: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/ Telegraph.co.uk and YouTube.com/TelegraphTV are websites of The Telegraph, the UK's best-selling quality daily newspaper providing news and analysis on UK and world events, business, sport, lifestyle and culture. #Nasa #Venus #Space
NASA’s New DAVINCI+ Mission to Venus
NASA has selected the DAVINCI+ (Deep Atmosphere Venus Investigation of Noble-gases, Chemistry and Imaging +) mission as part of its Discovery program, and it will be the first spacecraft to enter the Venus atmosphere since NASA’s Pioneer Venus in 1978 and USSR’s Vega in 1985.
Named for visionary Renaissance artist and scientist, Leonardo da Vinci, the DAVINCI+ mission will bring 21st-century technologies to the world next door. DAVINCI+ may reveal whether Earth’s sister planet looked more like Earth’s twin planet in a distant, possibly hospitable past with oceans and continents.
The mission combines a spacecraft, developed by Lockheed-Martin, and a descent probe, developed at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. The spacecraft will map the cloud motions and surface composition of mountainous regions, including the Australia-sized Ishtar Terra. The descent probe will take a daring hour-long plunge through the massive and largely unexplored atmosphere to the surface, making detailed measurements of the atmosphere and surface the whole way down. These measurements include atmospheric samples and images that will allow scientists to deduce the planet’s history, its possible watery past, and trace gases as fingerprints of the planet’s inner workings. The probe will descend over Alpha Regio, an intriguing highland terrain known as a “tessera” standing nearly 10,000 feet tall above the surrounding plains, which might be a remnant of an ancient continent. All of these measurements will help connect Earth’s next door neighbor to similar planets orbiting other stars that may be observed with the James Webb Space Telescope.
The DAVINCI+ team spans NASA centers (Goddard Space Flight Center, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Langley Research Center, Ames Research Center), aerospace partners (Lockheed Martin), and Universities (University of Michigan) to deliver ground-breaking science during the late 2020’s and early 2030’s with a launch in 2029, flybys of Venus in 2030, probe-based measurements in June 2031. The information sent back to Earth will rewrite the textbooks and inspire the next generation of planetary scientists. The NASA Goddard led team includes Principal Investigator Jim Garvin and Deputy Principal Investigators Stephanie Getty and Giada Arney, as well as Project Manager Ken Schwer, lead Systems Engineer Michael Sekerak, and many others at Goddard, Lockheed Martin, and at other institutions. The team is excited to return NASA to Venus to address our sister planet’s long-standing mysteries!
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NASA reveals Davinci+ and Veritas missions to Venus!
NASA's administrator, Bill Nelson just revealed two new discovery missions to Venus. Watch his remarks and reveal video right here. #nasa #venus
NASA's Return to Venus
Venus, our planetary neighbor, is a hot, hellish unforgiving world and NASA has selected two bold new missions to study this inferno-like planet: DAVINCI+ and VERITAS. Are Venus and Earth fundamentally unique worlds? Or are the differences between these ‘twins’ only cosmetic? Answering this question is key to understanding what makes other rocky planets habitable and, ultimately, emerge with life. Download Link: https://images.nasa.gov/details-NASA's%20Return%20to%20Venus Learn more about NASA’s newest Discovery missions: https://go.nasa.gov/NewVenusMissions
DAVINCI Venus probe (Deep Atmosphere Venus Investigation of Noble gases, Chemistry, and Imaging)
DAVINCI+ (Deep Atmosphere Venus Investigation of Noble gases, Chemistry, and Imaging Plus)
DAVINCI+ would analyze Venus’ atmosphere to understand how it formed, evolved and determine whether Venus ever had an ocean. DAVINCI+ plunges through Venus’ inhospitable atmosphere to precisely measure its composition down to the surface. The instruments are encapsulated within a purpose-built descent sphere to protect them from the intense environment of Venus. The “+” in DAVINCI+ refers to the imaging component of the mission, which includes cameras on the descent sphere and orbiter designed to map surface rock-type. The last U.S.-led, in-situ mission to Venus was in 1978. The results from DAVINCI+ have the potential to reshape our understanding of terrestrial planet formation in our solar system and beyond. James Garvin of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, is the principal investigator. Goddard would provide project management. To know more about DAVINCI click the link below
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NASA Studies New Missions To Venus, Io or Triton
NASA's Discovery program works with universities to develop low cost missions to solar system targets. Yesterday they announced 4 finalists from the latest batch VERITAS, DAVINCI+, Io Volcano Observer, and Trident. These missions cover Venus, Io and Triton with launches in the 2020's. However the award only covers designing the mission and only 2 are expected to proceed to actual mission status.