What do you think – if conditions for life on Venus would become more comfortable than they are now, how would this affect its brilliance in the earthly sky? And how would the brilliance of Mars change in this case?
Due to the high density of Venus’s atmosphere, there is a very strong “greenhouse effect” that prevents heat from leaving the planet, which is why its surface is heated to 400-500 ° C. At such a huge temperature, life cannot exist. But thanks to that same dense, cloudy atmosphere, planet Venus looks so bright in our earthly sky. Life on Venus would be possible if its atmosphere were more rarefied and not shrouded in such a dense layer of clouds. But in our sky, Venus in this case would appear as a weaker object.
On Mars, the situation is completely opposite. The atmosphere of this planet is extremely rarefied, no liquid water has been found on Mars, and this further cools this planet. In the case of a dense atmosphere and water (which is believed to have once taken place on Mars), life would be possible on it, and the brightness of Mars in our sky would be much higher.
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