has unveiled their plan to start the move in the exploring of the Venus. says its scientists are planning to study the planet Venus from a floating research station.
According to the that bears the footage of Langley Research center, floating vessels were used to represent the floating research stations which the scientists believe could be used to access the planet.
Though initial major research had been done on the planet, the scientists believe the if the right technology is in place then successful research could be carried out on the Venus by sending special unmanned such as the one shown in the in the form floating stations to obtain more information concerning the planet.
Due to the predicted nature of the Venus environment, visiting the planet would require special air vehicles that could hover over the planet’s surface successfully and be able to collect the needed data expected by the scientists for research analysis.
Just as NASA has planned to visit the Mars with air vehicles carrying scientists for the first time before the year 2033, instead of the usual unmanned air vehicles. With the preparation process already in place, they are equally placing their eyes on the Venus planet as the next target.
Using a floating station on the Venus surface suggests the possible absence of gravity on the planet’s surface otherwise, the floating research station would require huge energy consumption to be sustained at that motion of floating instead of moving to different directions with speed.
Accessing the Venus will be a very big achievement in the history of as no previous effort of such magnitude towards visiting the planet had been made.
Venus is believed to have special characteristics just every other planet which will be made its initial research and exploration tedious based on the designing of the that could be used to access it.
.@NASA scientists are planning to study #Venus from a floating research stationhttps://t.co/Alvldyn72V via @wef#Space #Innovation #Technology@evankirstel @KaiGrunwitz @robvank @alvinfoo @TopCyberNews @psb_dc @enricomolinari @ingliguori @IIoT_World @helene_wpli @antgrasso pic.twitter.com/0uN1W6LAto
— Franco Ronconi (@FrRonconi) July 18, 2018
Originally posted 2018-07-19 10:39:20.
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