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Signs of geological activity found on Venus – BBC News

Scientists find evidence parts of Venus’s rocky surface move around like bits of ocean pack ice.



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By Paul RinconScience editor, BBC News website
image copyrightPaul K. Byrne / Sean C. Solomon.
image captionA radar view of Lavinia Planitia, on Venus, where the planet’s rocky outer layer has broken into blocks (purple) delineated by belts of tectonic…

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