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Venus in infrared from Akatsuki

Venus in infrared from Akatsuki

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JAXA / ISAS / DARTS / Damia Bouic

Venus in infrared from Akatsuki
This view of Venus was acquired by the Japanese Akatsuki spacecraft's IR2 camera, which observes—among other things—the "warmth" of the planet's atmosphere on its nocturnal side.

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