Scientists have found mysterious lines that cross giant distances across Venus clouds.
The new discoveries give us new insights on the strange conditions and climate of the strangest planet of the nearest solar planet.
Based on advanced computer modeling, the group believes that air due to the air produced by the current currents, similar to Earth, can be responsible for these irregularities and can extend over 10,000 kilometers (6,200 kilometers).
The models can be seen slowly thanks to Akatsuki's space-based infrared scanning technology, which is able to penetrate below the thick cloud of sulfuric acid, 45-70 km (28-43 miles) high and usually maintain surface. Cloud cover from Venus from our telescope perspective.
"Here, we have managed to reproduce the observed line structure models, as a region of underlying fluctuations in the Venus atmospheric resolutions that are under development," said research team.
As a space for gravity and gravity similar to Earth and Venus, and perhaps similar polar current currents, atmospheres are very different: poisonous air, sulfuric acid due to rain and cold temperatures.
Also, 360 kilometers (227 miles) of high-speed winds suck across Venus around the Earth.
However, the different layers of the Venus atmosphere may have different characteristics. The mistake is that the probe is under the winds that manages the peers, drawing the bottom-line maps.
And the discoveries of the giants we determine here can be said to know more about what is happening in the atmosphere. We have seen some parts of these models in decades now, the latest research brings a new detail and a real explanation.
Scientists use an advanced computer modeling to verify data that matches the model of the tube and have pointed to strong air pressure and pressure (baroclastic instability) and strong wind rotation.
We have never seen such patterns in Earth's clouds, and phenomena can be Venus and its atmosphere.
The subject of the planet for the astronomers continues to be wonderful, whether the surface is calculated or not, the chaotic wind that descends from the sun on the map.
One day, we can get more accurate reading about Venus. We need to build 460 degree temperature (860 degree Fahrenheit) survival electronics.
Wings globes, more airy and quieter clouds of clouds, can be a closer look at the planet.
For the time being, much research is underway, the group's model does not take into account photochemical reactions and radioactivity effects, for example, and it may be mistaken for AFES-Venus computer simulation in the future.
"Although we have discussed some of the possible mechanisms of the planet's scaling structure in the structural structure, we must keep in mind that the disorders, instability and angles of equilibrium in the simulation are still clear," said the researcher.
The study has been published Nature Communications.