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Constantine Tsang

Constantine Tsang

Constantine Tsang is a Research Scientist in the Southwest Research Institute's (SwRI) Department of Space Studies. He graduated from the University of Oxford, where he received his D.Phil. in 2007 studying Venus from Venus Express. He currently studies Io and other icy satellites. His website can be found here.

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LPSC 2014: The Curious Case of Active Volcanism on Venus

Posted 2014/04/01 12:10 CDT | 5 comments

She’s alive! She’s alive! Or is she? A little more than a week ago, at the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 2014, evidence was presented that Venus was geologically active, not in the recent past, like 100,000 years ago, but right now.

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