Venus ❤️☺️ (Basic Information.)
Venus is the second planet from the Sun and the third brightest object in Earth's sky after the Sun and Moon. It is sometimes referred to as the sister planet to Earth.
Venus is often referred to as “Earth’s Twin” (or “sister planet”), and for good reason. Despite some rather glaring differences, not the least of which is their vastly different atmospheres, there are enough similarities between Earth and Venus that many scientists consider the two to be closely related. In short, they are believed to have been very similar early in their existence, but then evolved in different directions.
Mass of Venus?😩💯
4.867 × 10^24 kg
How long does it take to orbit the Sun?☀️🔁
Size of the planet?? How does it compare to Earth🌏💯😂
Size of the planet: 3,760 mi
Compared to Earth: Venus compared with the Earth. Venus is often named as Earth's twin because both worlds share a similar size, surface composition and have an atmosphere with a complex weather system. The figure on the right compares Venus and Earth spacecraft images.
How long does it take to rotate once??
about 24 hours
Atmosphere of Venus. The atmosphere of Venus is the layer of gases surrounding Venus. It is composed primarily of carbon dioxide and is much denser and hotter than that of Earth. The temperature at the surface is 740 K (467 °C, 872 °F), and the pressure is 93 bar (9.3 MPa).
Temperture Information? (Hottest,coldest.)
Much of the hydrogen in the atmosphere evaporated early in the formation of Venus, leaving a thick atmosphere across the planet. At the surface, the atmosphere presses down as hard as water 3,000 feet beneath Earth's ocean. The average temperature on Venus is 864 degrees Fahrenheit (462 degrees Celsius).Nov 16, 2012
That's right, Venus (and the planet Mercury) are the only two planets that don't have a single natural moon orbiting them. Figuring out why is one question keeping astronomers busy as they study the Solar System. Astronomers have three explanations about how planets get a moon or moons.
Best image from Earth based telescopes??
Best hubble space telescope image.
Why do you like this planet or why did you choose this planet??
I choose this planet because alot of people say important or fun facts about Venus. I wanted to do it so i can learn more bout Venus.
On March 1, 1966 the Venera 3 Soviet space probe crash-landed on Venus, becoming the first spacecraft to reach the surface of another planet. Its sister craft Venera 2 had failed due to overheating shortly before completing its flyby mission.
How many spacecraft have landed on Venus?
On December 15, 1970 an unmanned Soviet spacecraft, Venera 7, became the first spacecraft to land on another planet. It measured the temperature of the atmosphere on Venus. In 1972, Venera 8 gathered atmospheric and surface data for 50 minutes after landing. On Oct. 22, 1975, Venera 9 landed on the surface of Venus.
Four fun facts about Venus?
Venus is the second brightest natural object in the sky. ...
Venus is sometimes referred to as the “morning star” and “evening star”. ...
One day on Venus is longer than one year. ...
Venus is named after the Roman goddess of love and beauty. ...
Venus is sometimes called Earth's sister planet.
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