1. New findings a 'complete reversal' in understanding why Earth became hospitable to life and its 'twin' didn't  CNN
  2. There's No Way Venus Could Ever Have Had Oceans, Astronomers Say  ScienceAlert
  3. Venus might never have been habitable  Nature.com
  4. Venus’s surface may have never been cool enough for oceans or life  New Scientist
  5. Life on Venus may never have been possible  Space.com
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A sophisticated climate model suggests that liquid-water oceans never formed on Venus, and that some planets outside the Solar System that were thought to be habitable might not be. Climate model suggests that liquid-water oceans didn’t form on Venus.Nature - Climate model suggests that liquid-water oceans didn’t form on Venus.

Venus might never have been habitable

Let's be honest: in the Solar System, there really is no good place for humans that isn't Earth. But that doesn't mean all bad places were created equal; and Venus is about as inhospitable as a temperate-zone rocky exoplanet can get.Let's be honest: in the Solar System, there really is no good place for humans that isn't Earth. But that doesn't mean all bad places were created equal; and Venus is about as inhospitable as a temperate-zone rocky exoplanet can get.

There's No Way Venus Could Ever Have Had Oceans, Astronomers Say

Venus may not be such a tantalizing target for alien hunters after all.Venus was always too hot for oceans, a new study suggests.

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The surface of Venus may have remained extremely hot since its formation, meaning that water in the atmosphere never had a chance to fall to the surfaceThe surface of Venus may have remained extremely hot since its formation, meaning that water in the atmosphere never had a chance to fall to the surface

Venus: Planet’s surface may always have been too hot for life | New Scientist

The planet Venus can be seen as the Earth's evil twin. At first sight, it is of comparable mass and size as our home planet, similarly consists mostly of rocky material, holds some water and has an atmosphere. ...

Did Venus ever have oceans?