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Sensors on the phone include Ambient light sensor,Accelerometer Proximity sensor and Gyroscope For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsArmed with tough computer chips scientists are ready to return to the hell of Venus By Paul VoosenNov 22 2017 9:00 AM CLEVELAND OHIO—In an underdog city at an underdog NASA lab researchers are thinking hard about an undeservedly neglected planet Venus is Earth’s cousin closest in composition and size but for decades it has remained veiled NASA hasn’t sent a mission there since 1989; more recent European and Japanese orbiters have made halting progress that stops largely at the planet’s thick sulfur clouds No craft has touched down since 1985 when the last of a series of advanced Soviet landers clad in armored pressure vessels endured a couple hours before succumbing to the deep-ocean pressure and furnacelike temperature of the planet’s surface The baleful conditions and lack of funding have made Venus Earth’s closest neighbor feel more distant than ever That is except here In the 1990s NASA’s Magellan spacecraft used radar to penetrate Venus’s thick clouds and map its surface IRINA DMITRIENKO/ALAMY STOCK PHOTO In September Phil Neudeck an electrical engineer at NASA’s Glenn Research Center a complex abutting the main airport in this Rust Belt city sat watching purple and turquoise waveforms on a display It was his window into the Venus next door Behind sealed doors stood a 14-ton stainless steel tank its massive ports sealed to hold pressures so high that the screws to secure its nuts have their own nuts For 33 days the Glenn Extreme Environments Rig (GEER) had run nonstop simulating an atmosphere at 460°C and flooded with carbon dioxide at pressures that render it supercritical both liquid and gas Inside sat two microchips pulsing with metronomic accuracy Neudeck was running a clock on Venus and it was keeping perfect time Neudeck and his Glenn colleagues are helping drive a technological leap that could transform the exploration of Venus making it almost as accessible as Mars Rather than barricading electronics within pressure vessels by early next decade NASA may be able to land simple unprotected robots on Venus that can measure wind temperature chemistry pressure and seismic waves And instead of running for a few hours the landers could last for months "We don’t have the world’s fastest chips" Neudeck says "We don’t have the world’s most complex chips But in terms of Venus environment durability—that’s what we got" If the chips live up to their potential scientists’ elusive dream of extended stays on Venus may at last be within reach "The paradigm has been that long-term surface stuff is way down the road" says Tibor Kremic the scientist who has launched a push toward Venus at Glenn a little-known NASA lab that has specialized in aviation But early this decade engineers here began to build heat-resistant electronics out of a new type of semiconductor with an eye to placing sensors inside jet engines Neudeck kept adding transistors to build more complex circuits Meanwhile at meetings Russian researchers told Kremic they were seeking US help in creating a pressure-vessel probe for a possible return-to-Venus mission called Venera-D Kremic recalled Neudeck’s work and thought "Maybe there’s another way to do this" Glenn’s campaign if successful could help revive interest in the planet Once a primary target of planetary exploration thanks especially to the brute-force Soviet campaign to land on its surface Venus has long been overshadowed by missions to Mars asteroids and the outer planets and their moons Early this year missions to orbit Venus or dive into its atmosphere made up two of the five finalists for NASA’s latest Discovery mission—its line of $500 million planetary probes The odds seemed good but neither made the final cut The only close-ups of Venus’s crushing inferno come from Soviet Venera and Vega landers such as the one captured by Venera-13 in 1982 USSR ACADEMY OF SCIENCES/NASA NATIONAL SPACE SCIENCE DATA CENTER/WIKIMEDIA COMMONS Later this year the agency will announce finalists in the competition for its next billion-dollar New Frontiers mission; among the dozen candidates three target Venus But they face stiff competition—including a return to the saturnian moons Enceladus and Titan which the Cassini mission showed have the potential for harboring life If Venus loses out again Glenn’s innovations could be the best route back—not just to venusian orbit but all the way to the surface "The pie is finite" says Bob Grimm a geophysicist at the Southwest Research Institute in Boulder Colorado and chairman of NASA’s Venus Exploration Analysis Group "If we want to improve Venus’s share we have to have some kind of initial mission to get people excited again" Ralph Harvey a planetary scientist at Case Western Reserve University here agrees: "This is the kind of technology development that could take a flagship kind of planetary mission and suddenly allow it to deliver a hell of a lot more" The scientific case for Venus is strong No planet has more to say about how Earth came to be Mars is tiny and frozen its heat and atmosphere largely lost to space long ago "In terms of Earth-sized terrestrial planets it’s really Venus" says Colin Wilson a planetary scientist at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom "Venus is all we got" The planet could host active volcanoes and it may have once featured oceans and continents which are critical to the evolution of life Plate tectonics roughly like Earth’s might have held sway there or might be starting today hidden under the clouds Venus also proves by example that orbiting within a star’s "habitable zone" doesn’t guarantee that a planet is suitable for life Understanding how Venus’s atmosphere went bad and turned into a runaway greenhouse boiling away any oceans and baking the surface could help astronomers studying other solar systems distinguish truly Earth-like exoplanets from our evil twins Being able to rove or explore the surface of Venus is within the future horizon Lori Glaze Goddard Space Flight Center When Neudeck joined Glenn in the early 1990s Venus was far from his mind He was chasing an earthly quarry: new semiconductors materials that can deliver finely controlled doses of electric current Under extreme heat silicon the backbone of modern electronics becomes a pure conductor That makes it useless for computing because stopping and starting the flow of electricity is how zeroes turn into ones Neudeck had his eye on silicon carbide a hybrid of silicon and carbon commonly used as an abrasive in sandpaper and for growing fake diamonds Silicon carbide has a bigger bandgap than silicon which means its electrons can absorb much more energy before it becomes a conductor As a result it functions as a semiconductor at much higher temperatures But it is difficult to work with Because silicon carbide doesn’t melt the techniques used to produce large silicon wafers break down When researchers managed to grow wafers by vaporizing the material and depositing it on a seed crystal the resulting films were riddled with impurities that made them unreliable The allure of high-temperature electronics was too great to ignore however Slowly with the support of NASA and the Office of Naval Research researchers led especially by Cree an upstart electronics company devised ways to grow usable silicon carbide crystals more than 150 millimeters in diameter The power industry is now harnessing the material to build smaller transformers and more efficient power plants Neudeck says He and his colleagues set out to turn the material into full-fledged computer circuits assembling more and more complex chips in their clean room The biggest breakthrough came 4 years ago when they figured out how to create layered chips that allow electrical signals to crisscross rapidly increasing potential complexity "We’re really trying to recreate Moore’s law but to do it for high temperature" Neudeck says In 1 year they increased the number of transistors on their silicon carbide chips 10-fold Related content The few brave robots to explore Venus’s surface did not last long Armed with computer chips that can handle the extreme environment researchers are developing concepts for landers and rovers that could last months rather than hours Pentiums these are not A modern silicon chip can contain 7 billion transistors; each of the chips running in the Venus chamber has 175 Neudeck also uses an old-school transistor design long since abandoned in conventional microelectronics It’s basically a hyperexpensive obtuse pocket calculator But a pocket calculator running on Venus could be valuable indeed "This is already the complexity of many of the early scientific missions flown back in the ’60s and ’70s" Neudeck says and more powerful than the chips on Apollo flight computers "You really can do science" Still Neudeck’s team’s work would have been a sideshow unless he had a way to prove his chips’ endurance Last year that’s exactly what the team did You could be forgiven for not knowing that Glenn even exists It has never become a scientific hotbed like the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena California the leader in robotic space exploration Several times past NASA administrators or Congress have considered closing it The Venus chamber started as another failed dream NASA planned to test efficient nuclear-fueled engines called Stirling generators that could have driven refrigerators to keep traditional silicon-based electronics cool Glenn’s experience in simulating the extreme environments inside jet and rocket engines made it a natural home for the chamber "The mantra of our branch is small smart and rugged" says Glenn engineer Gary Hunter who had developed basic chemical sensors for the Venus environment But the agency canceled the program in 2013 leaving the stainless steel vessel and its gas-mixing apparatus gathering dust Kremic who had spent some time at NASA headquarters in Washington DC.

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