A conference to go for a period of four days is to be started on Monday on Comparative Climatology of Terrestrial Planets, a recent report has revealed, which would include varied scientists to discuss how major changes are being realized by climate.
Jim Hansen, from Goddard Institute for Space Studies of NASA along with the University of Colorado's Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics’s Brian Toon and David Grinspoon from the Denver Museum of Nature and Science are the main panelists to participate.
To be held in Boulder at the Theater called "Climate Change on Earth and Other Planets", the conference would focus on climate relations of Earth, Mars, Titan and Venus.
Since, it is being believed by researchers that atmosphere on Mars carrying high carbon dioxide or carbon dioxide-laden atmosphere of Venus is responsible for extensively hot temperatures on Earth’s surface. Also, Saturn's moon Titan’s environment, which is holding back methane rain from reaching the planet’s surface, is sometimes being thought to be the reason of hot climate.
"The nearby planets -- especially the most earthlike -- are really priceless laboratories for us to test our ideas and our assumptions. When it comes to climate models in particular, we're banking a lot on getting it right", affirms David, curator of astrobiology.
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