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Assessment of ion scavenging processes at Venus and their evolutionary significance

Janet G. Luhmann

Assessment of ion scavenging processes at Venus and their evolutionary significance

final technical report

by Janet G. Luhmann

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pioneer Venus 1 spacecraft.,
  • Space plasmas.,
  • Solar planetary interactions.,
  • Scavenging.,
  • Ion stripping.,
  • Planetary ionospheres.,
  • Venus (Planet),
  • Solar wind velocity

  • Edition Notes

    StatementP.I., Janet G. Luhmann.
    Series[NASA contractor report] -- NASA CR-202225.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15506439M

      For every backyard astronomer, we know billion years ago, both Venus and Earth were formed with nearly the same radius, mass, density and chemical composition. Venus . Transits of Venus occur in pairs with more than a century separating each pair, occurring in and ; , ; , ; and , The next transit isn't until December Such long gaps occur between transits because Earth's and Venus' orbits around the sun are inclined differently, so Venus much more often passes between.

    The tortured surface of Venus appears to have been formed through recent geologic processes, and its rocks contain no record of deep time.1 What if Venus were young rather than billion years old? It would explain quite a bit, including a brand-new discovery made by scientists peering through its dense atmosphere. Gathering clues from Venus' cloud-covered surface is no easy task. The researchers believe that this could represent a fundamental ecological innovation, which could have affected the course of life’s evolution. The study, “Ediacaran scavenging as a prelude to predation,” was published in the journal Emerging Topics in Life Sciences. The work was supported by NASA Astrobiology through the Exobiology Program.

      Inside of Venus Venus is a rocky planet, much like the Earth. Given its similar size, mass, and density to our planet, scientists think that its interior is much like Earth's own. Launched on 3 November , Mariner 10 conducted flybys of both Venus and Mercury, becoming the first spacecraft to visit two planets. The spacecraft was launched on an Atlas Centaur rocket (right), from launch complex 36B at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The Venus flyby, with a closest approach of 5, km, occurred on 5 February


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Assessment of ion scavenging processes at Venus and their evolutionary significance by Janet G. Luhmann Download PDF EPUB FB2

Assessment of Ion Scavenging Processes at Venus and Their Evolutionary Significance Luhmann, Janet G. Abstract. The purpose of this investigation was to bring together selected Pioneer Venus Orbiter (PVO) plasma and field data sets in order to derive the maximum information relating to ion savaging from Venus by the solar wind.

Author: Janet G. Luhmann. Get this from a library. Assessment of ion scavenging processes at Venus and their evolutionary significance: final technical report.

[Janet G Luhmann; United. Assessment of Ion Scavenging Processes at Venus and Their Evolutionary Significance Luhmann, J. Abstract. Not Available. Publication: Venus Data Analysis Program: Directory of Research Projects.

Pub Date: Bibcode: 44L full text sources. ADS | Author: J. Luhmann. Improved Ion Temperature and Concentration Analysis for an Improved Calculation of Hydrogen Loss from Venus.

Knudsen. 43 Assessment of Ion Scavenging Processes at Venus and Their Evolutionary Significance J. 1. Introduction. It is generally believed that Venus received similar amounts of volatiles from the proto-planetary nebula as the Earth did. The atmosphere of Venus contains about twice as much carbon and nitrogen as the atmosphere, hydrosphere and sediments of the Earth (Lécuyer et al., ).The low quantity of water in the present atmosphere of Venus could result from a combination Cited by: Venus - Venus - Interior structure and geologic evolution: Much less is known about the interior of Venus than about its surface and atmosphere.

Nevertheless, because the planet is much like Earth in overall size and density and because it presumably accreted from similar materials (see solar system: Origin of the solar system), scientists expect that it evolved at least a crudely similar. Browse the WebMD Questions and Answers A-Z library for insights and advice for better health.

Observations of the planet Venus include those in antiquity, telescopic observations, and from visiting spacecraft. Spacecraft have performed various flybys, orbits, and landings on Venus, including balloon probes that floated in the atmosphere of of the planet is aided by its relatively close proximity to the Earth, compared to other planets, but the surface of Venus is obscured.

processes important in the solar wind interaction with Mars are the same as at Venus, and to use our models to make estimates of the global loss-rates of atmsopheric constituents from escaping ion observations along the spacecraft orbit.

One of our goals was to improve the plasma environment model that we use for atmosphere scavenging studies. coevolution: Evolution in two or more species, such as predator and its prey or a parasite and its host, in which evolutionary changes in one species influence the evolution of the other species.

The hydroxyl radical, • OH, is the neutral form of the hydroxide ion (OH −).Hydroxyl radicals are highly reactive (easily becoming hydroxy groups) and consequently short-lived; however, they form an important part of radical chemistry. Most notably hydroxyl radicals are produced from the decomposition of hydroperoxides (ROOH) or, in atmospheric chemistry, by the reaction of excited atomic.

First, the assessment and quantification of the ecosystem services provided by scavenging birds and mammals began only after the catastrophic die-off of vultures in South Asia and parts of Africa (Koenig ), coupled with the risks of extirpation of European vultures (Donázar et al.

Therefore, we need more studies that quantify the. The lion (Panthera leo) is a species in the family Felidae and a member of the genus is most recognisable for its muscular, deep-chested body, short, rounded head, round ears, and a hairy tuft at the end of its tail.

It is sexually dimorphic; adult male lions have a prominent a typical head-to-body length of – cm (72–82 in) they are larger than females at Climate evolution of Venus F. Taylor1 and D. Grinspoon2 Received 19 December ; revised 5 March ; accepted 16 March ; published 20 May [1] The processes in the atmosphere, interior, surface, and near-space environment thattogether maintain the climate on Venus are examined from the specific point of view of.

understanding Venus in the context of terrestrial planets and their evolutionary processes. More importantly, Venus can provide important clues to understanding our own planet – how it has maintained a habitable environment for so long and how long it can continue to do so. Precisely because it began so.

Venus orbits the sun approximately every days, but as it is seen from Earth, the planet appears to move back and forth relative to the sun in a cycle that lasts days. The mapping of Venus refers to the process and results of human description of the geological features of the planet involves surface radar images of Venus, construction of geological maps, and the identification of stratigraphic units, volumes of rock with a similar age.

Satellite radar provides imagery of the surface morphology by using the physical properties of wave reflection. The significance of lithospheric chemistry to the evolution of planetary atmospheres has been broached by Urey (,) in his pioneering work on the origin of the planets.

In recent studies Cameron () dismissed the possibly analogous development on Earth and Venus, and Ringwood () suggested that the planets may have accreted from.

surfgce of Venus from these data and provides a progress report on the nature and significance of geological processes operating there. We conclude with an assessment of the type of information necessary to complete this emerging picture, so that the themes of terrestrial planet formation and evolution can be understood.

IntechOpen is a leading global publisher of Journals and Books within the fields of Science, Technology and Medicine. We are the preferred choice of o authors worldwide. The circular features associated with coronae are tectonic ridges and cracks, and most of the mountains of Venus also owe their existence to tectonic forces.

Figure Ridges and Cracks. This region of the Lakshmi Plains on Venus has been fractured by tectonic forces to .Venus - Venus - Surface composition: A number of the Soviet landers carried instruments to analyze the chemical composition of the surface materials of Venus.

Because only the relative proportions of a few elements were measured, no definitive information exists concerning the rock types or minerals present. Two techniques were used to measure the abundances of various elements.Although it is likely that the processes leading to the formation of Venus' and Earth's present-day atmospheres were similar, the loss of water on Venus is the key to understanding the divergence in atmospheric evolution between these two worlds.

The Earth's early atmosphere was composed mainly of nitrogen, carbon dioxide, and water vapor.