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New research suggests that the electric field around Venus may be a key factor in shaping what molecules exist in the Venusian atmosphere, including its lack of the molecules needed to make water, via NASA/Conceptual Image Lab

New research suggests that the electric field around Venus may be a key factor in shaping what molecules exist in the Venusian atmosphere, including its lack of the molecules needed to make water, via NASA/Conceptual Image Lab

Gordon Hunt is senior communications and content executive at NDRC. He previously worked as a journalist with Silicon Republic.

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