The solar system is under the radar of space scientists willing to cover the overall space so as to find new lives or a space to travel in the coming decades. NASA is at present caught up in a question whether radiation protection, atmospheric pressure, gravity, and density similar that found on the Earth can ever be found anywhere else in the solar system. The scientists from NASA have rounded about on Venus that is 50,000 meters far away from our planet. The exploration of the Earth-like atmosphere on Venus is kind of a green signal directing the researchers to buckle up their shoes so as to start their work on building aircraft for travel purpose or even cloud cities for commencing a new colony on the new planet.
NASA is currently looking at a new blimp mission so as to encourage the Venus expedition. Venus exploration time can be minimized by letting a small space vehicle carrying two astronauts use few instruments, probes, or habitat for their expedition on the planet. This lighter-than-air vehicle mission is sure to complete within a month in comparison to the Mars mission. The High Altitude Venus Operational Concept (HAVOC) study of NASA has shown the way to such an evolutionary program to be taken up so as to investigate Venus.
Along with the exploration, the vehicle architecture for the mission is being focused. Right now, the basic concern is the idea of the aerocapture maneuvers performance between the Earth and Venus as the inflation and insertion of the airship at Venus using sulfuric acid which can have a huge impact on the Earth solar panels or atmospheric structure. Humanity’s expansion in the future space is the reason the modernization is being put to use in order to achieve success for the current space mission. Researcher Cathie Clarke and her team from the University of Cambridge, England is investigating the star CI Tau that is currently under the question owing to the presence of four gigantic planets around it. This bizarre system and the sub-planets role are being studied at present.