DISCLAIMER: No, this is not a duplicate of this question. We are talking about reentering Venus' atmosphere as opposed to Earth, and the suit parameters are rather different to a current suit.
A terrorist has detonated a bomb on the main character's ship, in low equatorial orbit ~200 km above Venus. They are on a hull inspection EVA at the time, and to escape the blast hide behind one of the many auxiliary craft on the ship, a biological sample pod designed to evaluate habitability of Venus' atmosphere. Unfortunately, the explosion triggers the automatic debris avoidance program and activates the pod's engine in such a way that the character and biopod are now on an atmospheric entry trajectory.
The suit is made with carbon nanotube fabric in most places, except where impossible. There, they use standard MMU-like materials. The suit has a delta-v comparable to SAFER, an oxygen reserve of 8 hours and a parachute to be used in emergency deorbit situations. Mass is 70 kilograms.
The biopod is not designed to survive surface conditions on Venus, its purpose being to float in the atmosphere at an altitude of 30-50 km to test survivability of microorganisms in this environment.
Can they survive this situation(i.e land on Venus or return to ship successfully, with survivability for the nominal EVA duration)? If not, what is needed to allow it?
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