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The surface of Venus is cracked and moves like ice floating on the ocean – likely due to tectonic activity – The Conversation US

Researchers used decades-old radar data and found that some low-lying areas of Venus’ crust are moving and jostling. This evidence…

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Much of the brittle, upper crust of Venus is broken into fragments that jostle and move and the slow churning of Venus mantle beneath the surface might be responsible. My colleagues…

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