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Nasa has just rejected missions to moons of Jupiter and Neptune – here's what we would have found out

By Ashley Spindler, STFC Innovation Fellow, University of Hertfordshire
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It’s been 30 years since Nasa last visited Venus, with the Magellan orbiter in 1990. Now, two new missions have been selected to explore the deadly atmosphere, crushing pressures and volcanic landscape.

The process dates back to February 2020, when Nasa announced that four missions were to undergo a nine-month peer-review process…

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