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Sunday, 21 December 2014 13:07

It is well known that the Romans at the time was called one of the heavenly bodies in honor of the goddess of love Venus. But there is absolutely impossible to live. In bright Sunny weather on the planet worth 400-degree heat, in which can melt lead. Not better things with the pressure that exceeds the figure of the earth 92 times, which roughly corresponds to an ocean depth of nearly 915 meters.
However, the human craving for knowledge certainly lead him someday here. And why not? And fly to Venus is only 400 days, while Mars is almost 900. The famous American astronomer Carl Sagan at the end of the last century spoke of the possibility of colonization of Venus using special blue-green algae, which are to "cool down" the morning star.

The idea of his famous compatriot supported NASA scientists from the research center in Langley Dale Arnie and Chris Jones. Venus study, they suggested, not falling on its surface. The base will be located at an altitude of 50 km, in conditions very close to the earth: Temperature + 75 ° C, gravity is no longer just a third, and the pressure and radiation near the earth.
 
According to scientists, the first mission to orbit Venus will not exceed 30 days. Next, as a 30-day mission dedicated to the study of the atmosphere Buda. After this fly a crew of two people already on the year.

The base will be located inside a huge blimp-sized Boeing 747 filled with helium and in the upper part is covered with solar panels. Airship exploded view will be delivered to Venus before. A shuttle flights to the surface of the planet, astronauts will perform a special transport capsules.


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