Venus, once billed as Earth’s twin, is a husband-and-wife (and a targeting target in search of life)

As Earth’s sister planet, Venus A love-hate relationship comes to an end when it comes to exploration. Now, new results suggest the presence of a signal Possible habitat on Venus, And long-forgotten siblings may find themselves in the headlines.

With its orbit near the rising or setting sun, Venus first clearly shone for ancient astronomers. As humanity began to explore the solar system, an Earth with roughly the same mass and radius as its most promising target. Venus Sits on the border of our sun’s habitable zoneThe area around a star where a planet should be able to host liquid water on its surface, and float the thoughts of a true twin planet before the eyes of scientists and people.