Modeling has shown that the skeleton of this deep-sea glass sponge is not only beautiful, but also very practical and even technological.
It's hot on Venus — the temperature near the surface reaches 460 degrees Celsius, and the atmospheric pressure is about 90 times higher than on Earth. Clouds consist of microdrops of concentrated sulfuric acid. The atmosphere consists of carbon dioxide (96%) and nitrogen (3%). Water is found in trace amounts, there is practically no oxygen.