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Tornado At Venuss South Pole Detected
18.10.2006 11:47
Tornado At Venuss South Pole Detected

Science equipment, installed aboard the European international station Venus-Express, has detected a vortex at the South Pole of the Morning Star.
      The VIRTIS spectrometer has detected atmospheric fluctuations in the south polar region of Venus south polar dipole and a vortex, says the scientific coordinator of the Venus-Express mission. Earlier similar formations were detected in the north polar regions.
      Russian and European scientists plan to perform detailed studies of clouds and chemical processes in the Venus`s atmosphere.
      Source: ITAR-TASS


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