Nakamura Masato

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Venus itself hardly rotates at all, but the surrounding layer of CO2 circles the planet in the equivalent of four days on Earth. It's extremely strange. The centre is almost still but the surroundings are moving. So discovering why Earth and Venus are so different is one of our major objectives. By understanding Venus we hope to understand the Earth.
May 12 2010
Nakamura Masato has most recently been quoted in an article called Akatsuki satelite ready to launch. Nakamura Masato said, “Venus itself hardly rotates at all, but the surrounding layer of CO2 circles the planet in the equivalent of four days on Earth. It's extremely strange. The centre is almost still but the surroundings are moving. So discovering why Earth and Venus are so different is one of our major objectives. By understanding Venus we hope to understand the Earth.”.
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