Venus’s Dramatic Climatic Changes Likely To Be Due To Thick Clouds

Venus is known as Earth’s twin, which is much hotter, it has several mysteries inside of the thick clouds, which surrounds it. This could also be responsible for changes in its climate. After scientists conducted an ultraviolet observation on the climate of planet Venus during 2006–17, they acknowledged that ultraviolet light’s reflection became half prior shooting it up once again. Due to this, clouds of Venus absorb ample amount of solar power. Circulation of this power in Venus’ atmosphere changes its climate.

During conversing with the media men, Yeon Joo Lee stated that the climatic change in the Venus isn’t considered before. Lee also stated that the overall level of reflectivity is so large that it can easily affect dynamics of the atmosphere. A combined observation is done by researchers from Akatsuki orbiter of Venus in Japan, express mission of Venus in Europe, Hubble telescope and Messenger spacecraft of NASA.

Venus’s weather behaves like Earth, and it is influenced by solar radiation as well as changes in phenomenon of reflection in clouds surrounding it. Unlike planet Earth, sulfuric acid is the main constituent of Venus’ clouds. They also contain unknown absorbers which are dark in color, they absorbs ultraviolet light and heat of the sun.

As per the new study scientists believe that the climate of Venus is affected due to these absorbers. Most of the researchers believe that thorough observation is required in this context. During a press conference Lee stated that near about 10 more years are required for observation of Venus to study solar-activity cycle in detail.

Venus’ weather is highly extreme, on its surface winds blow around 450 miles per hour and it has a temperature of around 880 degrees Fahrenheit. As per Lee, if scientists want to prove the connection of solar activity with climatic change then it can be considered as applicable to Titan and Earth with the help of aerosols, reflected sunlight etc.