Latest Discoveries on Venus, Second Planet From the Sun
Venus, second planet from the sun, is the brightest planet in our solar system.
Venus has an ozone layer high in its atmosphere, according to the results of a new study.
See Saturn and Venus pass near each other in twilight on Thursday (Sept 29.)
The newly discovered comet will disintegrate late tonight (Sept. 14).
Following an unrelated coronal mass ejection, the Sun was caught pulling what is thought to be a Kruetz family comet to its fiery funeral. Venus is also in view as the bright object on the left. Captured by SOHO, September 13th and 14th.
Was it the 45th anniversary of the movie Star Trek, events in space to remember 9/11 or something else?
On August 16, the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory captured this time-lapsed imagery of a coronal mass ejection passing in front of its view of the "Morning Star". Being that the planet was more than 62 million miles away, it never posed a threat.
See photos of Venus, a cloud-covered planet with an ultra-hot surface.
The planets Venus, Jupiter, Mars are shining bright at dawn in the northeastern sky.
Venus is our closest neighbor, but we know very little about how it became the hellish planet it is today.
The hemispheric view of Venus, as revealed by more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in the 1990-1994 Magellan mission, is centered on the South Pole.
Look to the skies this Memorial Day weekend to see four planets near the moon.
Over the next two weeks, the four brightest planets, Mercury, Venus, Mars, and Jupiter, perform a complex dance at dawn
Two shining planets will align in the night and daytime skies this week.
See Venus, Jupiter, Mercury and Mars together in the predawn sky over the next week.
Skywatching tips for how you can view six planets aligned above the rising sun.
The two planets will experience an unusual conjunction, offering rare views for skywatchers.
The vortex at Venus' south pole can look like a giant 'S' or number '8.'
Here's a look at how to observe the planets of the solar system in 2011.