You Will Not Survive Even for 10 seconds in This Place

Astronomy Science ~ Venus is the second closest planet from the Sun after Mercury. Venus is considered a brother or twin Earth in terms of...

Astronomy Science ~ Venus is the second closest planet from the Sun after Mercury. Venus is considered a brother or twin Earth in terms of size, gravity, and composition. But not for life.

Let us see the conditions on Venus. Under the cloud of sulfur which cover the surface so it can not seen from outer space, Venus has a very extreme terrain. Approximately 80% of the surface of Venus consists of land as hot volcanic lava to 70% is land with wrinkled ridge and 10% is land that is smooth and grooved.

Twenty percent of the rest are two "continents" plateau; one of the continent lies in the northern hemisphere of Venus, while others are in the south of the equator.

The first color images of the surface of Venus taken by Venera 13 in 1982. This vehicle had lasted only 1 hour before melt by extreme temperatures
The first color images of the surface of Venus taken by Venera 13 in 1982. This vehicle had lasted only 1 hour before melt by extreme temperatures
Venus has an atmosphere that is very dense, consisting of 96.5% carbon dioxide and 3.5% nitrogen. The mass of the atmosphere 93 times greater than the Earth's atmosphere, thus giving a dense appearance. While the pressure on Venus's surface 92 times greater than at Earth's surface-pressure approximately proportional to 1 kilometer in deep ocean on Earth.

Then we discuss the most famous case of this planet, the temperature. Atmosphere rich in CO2 and a thick cloud of sulfur dioxide that produce the most powerful greenhouse effect in the solar system, so that the average temperature of the surface of Venus is about 462 ° C (864 ° F). Although Venus farther from the Sun, but this planet is hotter than Mercury that has the highest temperature of 420 ° C (788 ° F). On Venus, there is no difference temperature between day and night or pole and equator, so there is no shade or a cool place on the planet.

Let us fantasize if we have a spacecraft that suffered damage and was forced to make an emergency landing on Venus. The plane suddenly exploded in parts of the engine so that forced us out of the plane. What will happen to us?

That happens to you next is that you will die in three ways at the same time very fast and lasts about 10 seconds. When you are on the surface of Venus, you will be crushed instantly with a 80 tonnes force. At the same time you will also be cremated to ashes by the temperature reaches 462 ° C and you will suffocate from inhaling toxic gases due to the atmosphere of Venus are filled by carbon dioxide and nitrogen.

Until now there is no technology that allows for humans to explore the surface of the planet Venus or Venus may forever be beyond the reach of mankind.
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