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Possible chemical impact of planetary lightning in the atmospheres of Venus and Mars

The presence of cloud layers on Venus and synoptic scale dust storms on Mars suggest that lightning may occur on these planets. Indeed, there have been reports of lightning having been detected on Venus by both U.S. and Soviet spacecraft. In the present paper, the implications for atmospheric chemis... Full description

Journal Title: Nature (London) 1979, Vol.280 (5725), p.820-822
Main Author: CHAMEIDES, W. L
Other Authors: WALKER, J. C. G , NAGY, A. F
Format: Electronic Article Electronic Article
Language: English
ID: ISSN: 0028-0836
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description: The presence of cloud layers on Venus and synoptic scale dust storms on Mars suggest that lightning may occur on these planets. Indeed, there have been reports of lightning having been detected on Venus by both U.S. and Soviet spacecraft. In the present paper, the implications for atmospheric chemistry of lightning on Venus and Mars are discussed.
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