Venus is a neighboring planet of ours, and despite its close position to Earth, there is still quite a lot of things we don’t know about it.
One of those mysteries was ‘how long is a day on Venus?’. Now, researchers from the University of California have managed to figure it out after 15 years of observations. The researchers used a radar to bounce radio signals off of the surface of the planet. From doing this, the researchers learned not only how long a day is on the sister planet but also the…
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