Nasa announced two new missions to Venus on Wednesday that will launch at the end of the decade and are aimed at learning how the planet became a hellscape while our own Earth thrived.“These two sister missions both aim to understand how Venus became an inferno-like world, capable of melting lead at the surface,” said Bill Nelson, the agency’s newly confirmed administrator.“They will offer the entire science community the chance to investigate a planet we haven’t been to in more than 30 years…



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