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Could the Migration of Jupiter Have Accelerated the Atmospheric Evolution of Venus?

13 Nov 2020, 17:00 UTC
Could the Migration of Jupiter Have Accelerated the Atmospheric Evolution of Venus?
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Stephen R. Kane et al 2020 Planet. Sci. J. 1 42
Venus’s atmosphere may have collapsed into a runaway greenhouse state due to variations in its orbital eccentricity driven by migration of Jupiter’s orbit in the early history of our solar system.

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