Mars, the focus of many current efforts in space research, but scientists studying Venus have discovered something very strange: a massive structure, which seems to extend almost the entire length of the planet. The long, curved shape runs in conjunction with the planet, which suggests that the planet is fixed, while the planet's extremely thick clouds are accelerated to over 200 mph around it.
The discovery was made using Japanese scientists from the country Orbiter Akatsuki, which hit the planet in 2015, the team used to pick up the infrared image capabilities and the UV ship a look at the phenomenon, although at this time no one really is sure what is causing that.
One theory, which raised the researchers is that a gravitational wave causes a disturbance in the layer of clouds of the planet leads to massive wave. A gravitational wave can occur when a planet function is pushed up the swirl of air causes the whole world to have a cascading effect on the result. Using a computer to simulate the possible effect of a gravitational wave, the team was able to create a similar shape, although this hypothesis has not proven one way or the other.