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Forget Mars: Let’s Terraform Venus Instead! | IE – Interesting Engineering

Comparatively speaking, Venus is a “tear-down and rebuild” with some serious asbestos issues kind of planet! Still, it’s a viable alternative. Step inside and discover…

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At this very moment, there are a total of eleven robotic missions exploring Mars, a combination of orbiters, landers, and rovers. As the second most habitable planet beyond Earth in the Solar System, these missions are busy answering vital questions about Mars’ past — foremost of which is whether or not it once supported life (or if it still does!).
These efforts are expected to lead to significant advancements in just a few years and culminate with crewed missions in the next decade. On top of…

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