NASA is preparing to explore Venus with the new spacecraft Breeze

The model, created by a team from the University of Buffalo, makes it more probable to study Venus, previously described by NASA as a gezegen dim planet of intense heat and volcano activity, ’with a toxic atmosphere and temperature capable of melting the lead.

NASA's NASA Institute of Advanced Concepts (NIAC) funded early-stage projects with the potential to 'change what could happen in space' - NASA's spacecraft called Extreme Environments and Zonal Explorations (Breeze) for Extreme Environments and Regional Research. program.

The University of Buffalo's Crashworthiness for Aerospace Structures and Hybrids (CRASH) Laboratory Team has designed Breeze as a spacecraft that uses solar wings and uses its wings like a stingray. “This design can give scientists control of the vehicle, as well as effective use against the strong winds of the planet's upper atmosphere,’ Buffalo said in an official statement.

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