Space Game! Where in the Solar System is Destination Four? And the location is…

Congratulations to Aidoboy who wrote in way back on day 2, and to all you other Space Bloggers who figured out that the cotton candy cloud wrapped greenhouse in space, with active volcanoes (maybe) and foul air (definitely!), is our brilliant evening star and closest neighbor, the second planet from the sun…


Credit: Galileo Project, JPL, NASA

Now to fill in some of the gaps. Venus is the most visited planet in the solar system, so we Earthlings know a lot about it.  Here are links to sites about some of the topics raised on days 1-4.

At the same time, Venus is still a mystery.  Since it is covered by thick layers of toxic clouds and is the hottest place in our entire solar neighborhood (besides the sun), it’s not an easy place to get close to!  Visiting spaceships have had to maintain a safe distance (with the exception of that suicide dive),  so there is lots more to discover.  Fortunately, several new missions are in the works.

Please send in your questions, comments, thoughts and observations about our sister planet Venus today and tomorrow.  Then prepare to blast off for Destination Five!

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About Jane Peddicord

Jane Ann Peddicord is an award winning author, lawyer, and space enthusiast. About her first book, NIGHT WONDERS, Laura Kraft of the W.M. Keck Observatory in Hawaii wrote, “We’ve long waited for books such as these to explain, in age-appropriate language, some of the fundamental concepts that have shaken the foundation of Physics.” Jane is represented by Rosemary Stimola of the Stimola Literary Studio and likes science, space, and springer spaniels.
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