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Answer If you mean view them remotely, then yes, we can do that now. If you mean go to them travel-wise, I think we can manage that eventually.
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).
Surface materials | basaltic rock and altered materials
No. You would see a dull reddish glow, but not the actual Sun.
Yes, you can see Venus without a telescope. After the Sun and Moon, it is the third brightest object in the sky. Right now (April 13, 2012) it can be found in the western (set…ting) sky, where it is about 23 degrees up from Jupiter. Jupiter is setting at about 8:52pm New York time, as visible from New York.
Right now in June, 2009, Mars is easily visible in the eastern sky starting about 2 hours before dawn. As the Earth catches up with Mars in its orbit, it will rise earlier and… earlier, until early next year it will be easily visible in the evening sky as well.
The surface of Venus is not visible from earth or from space because the planet is covered by a dense opaque layer of clouds. The cloud layer is highly reflective and makes Ve…nus the brightest object in the sky, after the moon. The clouds also cause a Greenhouse Effect, preventing heat from radiating into space. That creates surface temperatures high enough to melt lead.
Because the Green Houe Gasess are so thick they cant. looking through the clouds would be like looking through a brick wall. Mr.Seischlag
because it is colder and the earth moves sidewards towards the face so mars to make it possible it makes it look easier to see.
because asronomers can't see Venus Mars has no atmosphere to see through and I believe Venus does although poisonous to us.
Mars, because Venus is covered in thick clouds.
Certainly. Mars is often highly visible with the naked eye.
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.