Venus is not a place you'd want to hang out for any length of time. Its atmosphere is dominated by sulphuric acid rain which falls out of clouds but evaporates before it hits the ground due to the intense heat.
But it's the winds that get astronomers back on Earth excited. Venus' winds blow around the planet 60 times faster than it rotates. To try to figure out why, astronomers have studied the Venusian atmosphere for decades, but it's tricky because we can only see the half of the planet that the Sun is illuminating.