Dec 24, 2015 ... The first spacecraft ever launched towards Venus was the Soviet ... to put in a
course correction that would have directed it closer to Venus, ...
How long will it take to get to each of the planets by various means? It depends a
lot on the particular trajectory that you take. Usually, the trajectories are in the
form of a ... Venus, 100d, 52d, 43d, 4.3d, 14d. Mars, 210d, 109d, 90d, 9d, 29d.
Feb 18, 2015 ... How Long Would it Take to Travel to Every Planet? ... Mars has ice we can melt to
get water to mix the Soylent. ... Despite Venus being our next door neighbor, it's
still 25,000,000 miles at its closest (and 162,000,000 miles at ...
How long does it take to get to Venus from Earth? The distance between Earth
and Venus varies depending on where the two planets are in their orbits around
Dec 23, 2014 ... Colonists to Venus would not build on the planet's surface; they would, in theory,
set up a floating .... Or... just accept that going there will take a long time. ...
Getting a person BACK from Venus would be next to impossible.
MESSENGER has gotten lots of pictures of Venus, Earth and Mercury as it has ...
What would be the challenges of trying to get an astronaut off Mars so that they
could return to Earth? ... How long does it take spacecraft to get to each planet?
Nov 16, 2012 ... It is the second planet from the sun. ... The brightest planet in the sky, Venus is
the closest to Earth. ... How long does it take to get to Venus?
Dec 18, 2014 ... So, why would anyone rather go to Venus than Mars? ... to unfurl, fill itself with
gas, and hover for long stretches of time in the sky above the planet. ... What is
the average surface temperature of the planets in our solar system?
How long does it take? ... All in all, your trip to Mars would take about 21 months:
9 months to get there, ... The long duration of trip has several implications.
Jul 28, 2015 ... Kepler-452b: How long would it take humans to reach 'Earth 2' and could we live
there? ... If it would take 33,000 years to get there will we ever reach it? ... it might
just as well resemble Venus, or something entirely different.".