But the atmosphere of Venus is quite impressing and speedy because the clouds on top of the Venusian mountains revolves around the planet once every four Earth days. It seems that an interaction between the planet's mountains and its atmosphere could create waves strong enough to change the length of a Venusian day by up to two minutes. When taking into account the presence of the waves, researchers discovered that it forces the lengths of days to change on Venus.
The winds on Venus can be as fast as 250 miles per hour, which is a process called a "superrotation". In such circumstances, the existence of a stable gravitational waves would be impossible. The scientists inferred that this peculiar atmospheric formation could be a faster moving "mountain wave". This explains why the probe "Magellan" and "Venus Express", sent with a difference of 16 years, showed different data - the difference between the results obtained during the two missions, was 7 minutes.
ICC unveils FTP for Test Championship
Under the new system, the Black Caps first involvement in the Test Championship (WTC) will start in Sri Lanka in August next year. All the sides will play eight series over a two-year cycle. "I think all New Zealanders will have a circle around that one".
The incredible wind behind the wave tugs on Venus, the researchers think, speeding up its spin.
The authors of the new work under the direction of tomás Navarro (Navarro Thomas) from the University of California conducted a computer simulation of the General atmospheric circulation of Venus, to determine how her gas are born in the shell of an unusual structure. According to scientists, it represents an extremely stable gravitational wave, formed by the collision of wind with the mountain chains of the planet. This could help explain why scientists have struggled to pin down a precise measurement of a Venusian day.
There are other things we don't know about Venus, too, which we could learn by figuring out the precise length of a Venusian day, according to the team. Furthermore, the researchers acknowledged that the model they used has some limits, and the only way to confirm their theory would be to directly observe what goes down in Venus once the weather phenomenon takes place.
In a clip shared with her 977,000 Instagram followers, the singer could be seen grinning as she waved her arms in the air. Edurne shimmied her body in the Boomerang capture, which showed her looking away from the camera.
He also conducted the first online course on Indian economy for the benefits of students and teachers across the country. When he became the chief economic adviser in 2014, the post had been lying vacant for around a year.
In his absence, France replacement hooker Pierre Bourgarit, on debut, crossed the line but was called back for a double movement. But they battled bravely, claiming 70 percent of possession in the second half of what was a messy, error-riddled game.
Mr Lew said it was important that fans were offered "a failsafe back up". "They would be very reluctant to do that", he said. Once again, social media was flooded with irate fans as many called for the beleaguered telco to hand back customers' money.
Speaking to Hola , the actress says "We are so grateful for this lovely blessing", as they shared Santiago's first photo . Eva Longoria has given birth to her first child - a baby boy - it's been revealed.
The World Cup is upon us once again after four years, which typically means lots of drinking and shouting at the television. Lukaku and Kane probably have the best chance to win the golden boot in the group stage.
Solo arrived six months after The Last Jedi , and Lucasfilm needs to keep Star Wars movies feeling like can't-miss events. Solo now sits with $339.5 million total, while Rogue One had made $424 stateside in just its fourth week.
The 2,100-ton ferry was one of the original three vessels of the Delaware River and Bay Authority (DRBA) 1970s fleet. It says the old ferry will help enhance habitat for marine creatures and offer recreational diving opportunities.
The U.S. announced its withdrawal from the council on Wednesday, citing among other things its alleged anti-Israel bias. Human Rights Council and said they had contributed to the Trump administration's decision to withdraw .
As part of the special-edition release, Intel opened up a sweepstakes to give away 8,086 of the six-core 12-thread processors. AMD is allowing those who received the free Core i7-8086K processor to exchange it for the company's own Threadripper 1950X .
As Crespo said, Messi may deserve to win a World Cup, but unfortunately that doesn't factor into sports. Messi had 11 shots during the clash against Iceland, but was unable to lead Argentina to victory.
Irons completed £7m Lukasz Fabianski signing
The 33-year-old is now away with Poland for their World Cup campaign and was on bench for their 2-1 defeat to Senegal yesterday. They recently completed deals to sign defender Issa Diop from Toulouse and goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski from Swansea City.
Tropical showers in the forecast
An area of low pressure near the coast of Texas continues to bring in bands of heavy rain for parts of southeast Louisiana. If you can stay out of these heavy, training bands of showers and storms, the rainfall should come at manageable rates.
Gaming disorder now a disease according to WHO
Is gaming one of these addictive behaviors? Continuation or escalation of gaming despite the occurrence of negative consequences . The psychological community has been debating whether gaming is addictive enough to be described as a disorder for some time.
Salman Khan starrer Race 3 earns Rs 181 crore globally
Film expert Taran Adarsh today tweeted that film is doing good business on big screens and music is appreciated by the audience. The film witnesses a healthy trend on a working Tuesday by collecting 12.05 Cr despite offers in theatres nationally.
Polite Japan Fans Clean Stadium After World Cup Win
Poland kept up their dismal streak of World Cup starts they have four losses and three draws since beating Argentina in 1974. If World Cups were won because of the behaviour of a country's fanbase, then Japan and Senegal would make the 2018 final.