Natural Radio Emission in Venus' Atmosphere Discovered by Solar Probe
As it flies by Venus, Parker, NASA's Probe designed to explore the sun, has been doing some extra work, discovering new knowledge about the planet.
The last time a spacecraft made a direct examination of Venus's atmosphere was almost 30 years ago, when the Pioneer Venus Orbiter peered into the atmosphere in 1992, according to NASA, and the research has uncovered some interesting details regarding our planetary neighbour.
This naturally occurring low-frequency radio signal emitted by the planet's atmosphere is indeed a significant discovery. The FIELDS instrument on the Parker Solar Probe, which measures electric and magnetic fields around the sun, was used to detect it.
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