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Planet Venus Venus named after the Roman god of love and beauty or perhaps the Earths sister planet considering the two are very similar in size and mass Venus is covered by thick rapid spinning clouds that trap heat in the atmosphere creating a greenhouse effect The temperatures get so hot they could melt lead and pressure so intense it feels like being under 3000 feet of water Venus reflects so much light that its usually the brightest planet in the sky The volume earth 1 088 the mass 48690 x 1027 g and the density is 524 gmcm3 The atmosphere consists of mainly of carbon dioxide and there is virtually no water vapor And droplets of sulfuric acid The thick atmosphere allows the Suns heat enters but not escapes resulting in the surface temp being over 450 c more than 800 f This planet is hotter than Mercury which is closer to the Sun The density of the planet results in the pressure is 90 times greater than the Earth Thats why probes only last for 7 hours at a timer Venus rotates on its axis every 243 Earth days but it orbits around the Sun every 225 Earth days Venus is the only planet that rotates backwards from its surface the Sun would seem to rise in the west and rise in the east The Earth and Venus are very similar in density and chemical compositions The surface of Venus is covered by about 20 of lowland plains70 is rolling uplands and 10 highlands The surface has been shaped by volcanism impacts and deformation or the crust No direct evidence of currently active volcanoes has been found although there was evidence of them being active once before Although no ocean rain fall or strong winds exists to erode surface feature some weathering and erosion does occur Venera 4 was launched from a
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