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NASA Considers Venus Rover

05/11/2005 4:09 PM

Roger Pink writes:
Flush with the success of the Mars rover missions, NASA is toying with the idea of a Venus rover. The harsh environment of Venus poses a significant engineering challenge with atmospheric pressures of 90x Earth's and daytime temperatures that can reach 450 degrees Celsius. NASA has a clever idea though, check it out.

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05/11/2005 4:49 PM

Good story. Like many fans of the space program, I'd like to see more manned missions to other planets. But the type of probe mentioned in this article is probably more realistic.

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