The extreme atmosphere of Venus may be related to the collision of gas giant Jupiter in ancient times, which may fundamentally change the orbit of Venus and lead to the loss of large amount of water reserves. Recently, a new research paper describes how the gravitational influence of Jupiter as it moves far beyond the solar system can set Venus on the path of becoming the uninhabitable planet we see today. < / P > < p > to this end, the researchers built a computer model of the solar system to simulate the positions of planets, their different gravitational effects, and their influence on each other’s orbits. The interesting thing about Venus today is that its orbit is almost perfectly circular. Through this project, I want to explore whether the orbit has always been circular, and if not, what does it mean? ” The eccentricity or roundness of the track is measured on a scale of 0 to 1. A zero orbital eccentricity means that the planet’s orbit is completely circular. On the contrary, if a world’s orbital eccentricity is 1, it simply ejects itself into space. It is reported that the eccentricity of Venus is 0.0006, which is the roundest in the solar system, while the eccentricity of the earth is 0.0167. < / P > < p > models show that about a billion years ago, Jupiter’s orbit was closer to the sun, while Venus’s eccentric orbit was 0.3, which, according to the researchers, would make it a more habitable planet. However, as the gas giant moves outward, its strong gravity interferes with Venus, forcing it into a more circular orbit. During this orbit forced collision, tidal heating and other processes may cause periodic heating and cooling of the planet. < / P > < p > the team believes that the change of eccentricity may accelerate the atmospheric evolution of Venus and cause it to lose a lot of water. This, in turn, could lead to runaway greenhouse effects, making the planet’s surface uninhabitable. Scientists recently discovered a gas called phosphine in the atmosphere of Venus. On earth, phosphine is produced by bacteria and microorganisms, so the discovery is considered to be a potential evidence of organic life in the outer space atmosphere. Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen