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What surface would you be able to see easier through a telescope mars or Venus?
Which telescope would best be able to pierce through the Earth's atmosphere and function on the surface of the Earth?
A radio telescope.
While it's very easy to look at the surface of Mars with ordinary binoculars, it is near impossible to observe the surface of Venus, even with the longest and most powerful te…lescopes in the world. Why is this? Well, Mars has a very thin atmosphere. That means very few clouds and particles compared to the Earth, so we can easily see the surface of Mars without clouds obscuring our view. However, Venus has an atmosphere much denser and thicker than the other inner planets. The thick H2SO4 (sulfric acid) clouds in Venus's atmosphere cover up the entire planet completely, making it impossible to see the surface of it. So how can NASA still observe the surface features of Venus? The answer is easy: radar. NASA sends unmanned spacecraft to orbit Venus, and while they're there the spacecraft use radar to examine the height of volcanoes and cliffs.
no it is not possible because it is too far away!=)
Yes Yes, easily. Venus is the second brightest object in the night sky. Only the moon is brighter. Venus is usually visible at dusk or dawn depending on where it i…s in its orbit relative to Earth.
because asronomers can't see Venus Mars has no atmosphere to see through and I believe Venus does although poisonous to us.
Astronomers can see Mars surface more clearly because the sun shines on Mars more than Venus so we can see it better. 2. Well, Mars has little atmosphere, or at least a transp…arent one. Venus is covered by dense clouds mainly of CO2, N, and SO2. The surface is about 460oC, and the atmospheric pressure about 93 Bar (93 times that of the Earths atmosphere).
yes at certain times
Yes you can because telescopes can see planets lightyears away so it will be incredibly easy to see stars (it would be easy because telescopes enlarge the images and you can s…ee stars with your bare eyes so it would be easy with a telescope Actually you can't see planets outside our Solar System with any telescope. Planets do not emit light and the only reason we can see the other 7 planets in our Solar System is because they reflect the light from our sun. In order to see planets Astronomers focus a special telescopes on a star to see if it either "wobbles" or "blinks". The wobble is detected by seeing if the star is pulled around by another gravitational force. The blink is just like our lunar eclipse when the moon goes between us and the sun. We point a telescope at the star and see if it flickers from a planetary object orbiting it. Of course, once we find out if there is a planet (only a few hundred discovered outside our solar system) we have to use everything we have to determine it's mass and point a inferred telescope at it to see what it's made of. Then we can determine if it's terrestrial and possible to support life. And on top of being able to see stars. You can see Galaxies, Nebula within our Galaxy, constellations, gas clouds, and if you're lucky; name a star.
Because on Mars it is too cold so any water on the surface is frozen, while on Venus its too hot.
Yes, you can even see it with the naked eye.
Yes, easily. Also with the naked eye during the winter months. Just look North in early evening. It is very bright.
Mercury,Venus , Earth, and Mars all have rocky surfaces.
As a matter of fact, you can see at least 3 galaxies with the naked eye: the Andromeda Galaxy, the Large Magellanic Cloud, and the Small Magellanic Cloud. The latter two only …if you live in the Southern Hemisphere. With even a small telescope, you can see many more.
It depends on how powerful your telescope is. Even with a reasonable one you would see the bands of colour on it. You would also see its moons. With a more powerful one, you w…ould see more detail in the bands and you might see the Great Red Spot, if it is facing you.
Is it true or false that Astronomers on Earth are able to measure the rotation of Venus by using optical telescopes to watch surface markings as rotation carries them across the disk of Venus?
You can see the six ancient planets without a telescope when they are visible, and in theory you can also see Uranus in perfect conditions. Neptune needs a moderate-sized …telescope like a 3" refractor.