Venus is the second planet from the Sun, for which there are no conditions for life known to us Earth. On the contrary, because it is a very hot world. The average temperature there is up 462 degrees Celsius. Scientists have studied the volcanic activity of the object and it turns out that it has a significant impact on the climate.
Ma’at Mons with Venus in a computer-generated rendering
Research has shown that Volcanic activity on Venus may have lasted for hundreds to thousands of centuries It transformed the ancient climate of the planet into what it is today. This would have leached more than 100,000 cubic miles of igneous rock.
Such large eruptions would have triggered a global warming runaway. Venus’s atmosphere is very dense, with a mass 93 times that of Earth. On the other hand, the pressure at the surface is 92 times greater, the same as that found in the oceans on Earth at a depth of about one kilometer.
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