SIGNS OF LIFE ON VENUS?
Article by Diane Stopyra Photo courtesy of NASA October 21, 2020
UD professors from astronomy, international relations and psychology say what this means for earthlings
The planet Venus has arguably remained less captivating than, say, the legendary tennis star or, for that matter, the women’s razor blade company — both of those Venuses have at least enjoyed ample airtime on cable TV.
But the second rock from the sun? Meh. It has never radiated the sex appeal of Saturn’s rings or dominated space-centric pop culture like Mars.