Venus “Quasi-moon” Just Got a Name. Henceforth, it Shall be Called Zoozve.

We’re Heading for Venus – ESA Approves EnVision Mission To Explore the Planet’s Geology, Climate, and Internal Structure

Zoozve — the strange 'moon' of Venus that earned its name by accident

NASA just announced funding for 13 new "Innovative Advanced Concepts" under the NIAC program. They include a swarm of autonomous "gram-scale interstellar probes" designed to send back images of Proxima Centauri, and a sample return mission to Venus.

Photographer snaps extremely rare 'green flash' coming from Venus

The Final Puzzle Piece: Mysterious Missing Component in the Clouds of Venus Revealed

We're heading for Venus: ESA approves EnVision

Why Venus Died

Venus’ Clouds Contain Sulfuric Acid. That’s Not a Problem for Life.

NASA selects a sample return mission to Venus

No alien life needed: Dark streaks in Venus' atmosphere can be explained by iron minerals

Wispy ice clouds may form above Venus' hellish surface

There are Mysteries at Venus. It’s Time for an Astrobiology Mission

Molecules vital for life could survive in Venus’s acid clouds

New study suggests some forms of life could exist in Venus's sulfuric acid clouds

NASA funds Venus sample-return, interstellar probes and other far-out space tech

Combination of Two Minerals Can Explain Mysterious UV Absorber in Clouds of Venus

See the moon meet up with Mercury, Venus and Mars in the early morning sky on Jan. 9

Sample Return from the Surface of Venus - At 450°C and 92 atmosphere pressure, the surface of Venus is the most hostile environment to explore in the solar system. This project will pioneer a new approach to return a sample from the surface of Venus

Mysterious missing component in the clouds of Venus revealed