The Long Day of Venus’ Slow Rotation: How to Uncover the Mysteries of the Planet
The slow rate of Venus’s rotation has been a puzzle to scientists for many centuries. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, (NASA) estimates that Venus takes almost 243 Earth-days to complete one orbit on its own axis. Our planet only takes 24 hours. Scientists are puzzled as to why Venus’ retrograde rotates slower than Earth’s. A 2016 study by researchers at the University of California Santa Cruz found that Venus may have been slow rotating because of an old collision of celestial bodies. Scientists believe that in the early stages of Venus’ evolution, a large rocky body with a diameter of approximately 1000 km collided with the planet, creating a large impact basin and slowing the planet’s rotation. Additional research from 2020 suggests that this collision could have occurred with an identical-sized protoplanet. Cont…
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