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The fact that the angular rotation of Venus on its axis is opposite (and nearly equal) to the rotation of Venus around the Sun is definitely one factor that contributes to the ...sorry, you cannot view external links. To see them, please
REGISTER or LOGIN, at about 4 Earth-months.The length of a day on Venus has changed measurably since the first satellites visited it in 1990. The length of the day is thought to be affected by heating and expansion of the atmosphere (as is Earth's rotational period).This may give us some ideas about gravitational/tidal locking of orbits, but I don't see how it would give us deep insights to the nature of the graviton, gravitational waves, or anti-gravity.