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“If you flung Venus out of the solar system as a rogue planet, it would eventually cool-off!” pointed out Max Parks, a research assistant at NASA Goddard.

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bittorrent turbo accelerator crack download A rotating globe with tectonic plate boundaries indicated as cyan lines. Venus’s warmer orbit may have shortened the time period in which plate tectonics could develop, but moving the planet to Mars’s orbit offers no guarantees of a nutrient-moving crust.

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A rotating globe with tectonic plate boundaries indicated as cyan lines. (NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center)

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