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After the Moon and Mars, ISRO’s eye on this planet’s land will discover life on the hottest planet

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India is constantly focusing on intensifying its efforts in the space sector. The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is now preparing a mission for Venus after Chandrayaan and Mangalyaan. ISRO has proposed ‘Venus-1’ mission to study the hottest planet in our solar system. Let us tell you that Venus is the nearest planet to the Earth. Whose atmosphere is very dense according to the calculations here. Its surface temperature reaches 470 ° C. Therefore the pressure on Venus is 90 times higher than the Earth’s count.

These conditions are inaccessible to humans and spacecraft. However, a recent study found signs of life on the planet. Note that the temperature and pressure become normal when we grow on a very hot Venus at the surface. According to scientists, the heat and pressure 50 kilometers above the surface of Venus is similar to that of the Earth. ISRO’s proposal is to study the planet’s orbit and its atmosphere. According to the report, the spacecraft to be built for this mission will be launched between ISRO’s most advanced GSLV Mark-3 between solar radiation and solar wind. It will have 16 payloads from India and 7 payloads from other countries which will orbit Venus and study it for 4 years.

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