volcanoes on venus

Ancient Terrain on Venus Looks Like it Was Formed Through Volcanism

A new study shows that some of the oldest surface features on Venus (tesserae) were likely formed by volcanic activity

1 year ago

The Surprising Possibility That There are Still Active Volcanoes on Venus

According to new research by a team from the LPI, it appears likely that Venus could indeed have active volcanoes…

2 years ago

Researchers Think They Know Why Venus Doesn’t Have as Many Volcanoes as Earth

A new study by researchers from St. Andrews University and the University of Strasbourg has shed light on why Venus…

5 years ago

Venus Compared to Earth

Venus and Earth share many characteristics, being terrestrial planets, but are also significantly different. Here's how and where they differ...

6 years ago

The Next Generation of Exploration: Back to Venus with VERITAS

In February of 2014, NASA's Discovery Program asked for proposals for the their 13th mission. Last week, five semifinalist were…

6 years ago

What is the Average Surface Temperature on Venus?

Venus is often referred to as our "sister planet," due to the many geophysical similarities that exist between it Earth.…

7 years ago