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Theory proposes that Venus could have been habitable, but a large ocean slowed down its rotation, killing it

25 May 2019, 23:30 UTC
Theory proposes that Venus could have been habitable, but a large ocean slowed down its rotation, killing it
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By Matt Williams

A new study supported by NASA has revealed that an ancient ocean on Venus might have been what slowed down its rotation, thus causing the runaway greenhouse effect that made it what it is today.
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