Gravity Assist Podcast, Venus with David Grinspoon
David Grinspoon : [11.29.2017]
Russia to Draft Program to Launch Space Probe to Venus
Russian News Agency : [11.27.2017]
Two Cameras on Akatsuki Pause Observations
ISAS : [03.03.2017]
JAXA decides that two of five cameras on-board Akatsuki (1-µm and 2-µm cameras) pause scientific observations. Other cameras (longwave-infrared camera, ultraviolet imager, and lightning and airglow camera) continue normal operation.
Surface Action on Venus
Ashley Yeager : [02.18.2017]
With scorching temperatures and a mind-numbingly slow rotation (one Venus day lasts 243 Earth days), Venus was already a contender for weirdest planet in the solar system. Now add a giant bow-shaped structure…
The Mystery of Venus’s Atmospheric Wave
Unknown : [01.24.2017]
In April and May of 2016, Japan’s Akatsuki spacecraft recorded a massive, 10,000 kilometer bow-shaped wave of bright particles stretching across the surface of the planet…
International Venus Conference 2018
September 11th, 2018 | Niseko, Hokkaido, Japan
Following the successful series of Venus conferences (La Thuile, Aussois, Sicily, and Oxford), the Akatsuki team and community in Japan are planning to host a Venus conference in 2018.
Nehru Centre Space Science Lecture
November 11th, 2017 | Nehru Planetarium - Worli, Mumbai
Sanjay Limaye visited the Nehru Centre in November 2017 to discuss the many puzzles about Venus.
Venus – an Exoplanet Next Door
July 18th, 2017 | University of Exeter, UK
Since Mariner 2 in 1962, Venus has been explored by atmospheric entry probes, landers, balloons and orbiters in addition to being observed by spacecraft on their way to other destinations. We have discovered that the cloud covered planet which takes longer to rotate about itself than to orbit the Sun is still shrouded in mystery. If we cannot understand our closest planetary neighbor, how can we really appreciate with confidence the mysteries of other exoplanets beyond our own solar system?…
July 12th, 2017 | Madison, WI
The Preparatory Academic Campus Experience group visited the UW Madison SSEC to learn about past and present exploration of Venus. Afterwards, students analyzed Venusian atmospheric data from the Venus Express mission!
May 17th, 2017 | Skierniewice, Poland
Dr. Sanjay S. Limaye visited students at school "Zespół Szkół im. Księdza Stanisława Konarskiego" in Skierniewice, Poland to discuss Venus, the solar system, and space exploration.