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Planet Venus

Parent Category: The Solar System
The 2nd planet from the Sun in our solar system. Excluding the moon, it is the brightest natural object in the night sky.
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About 1,350,000 miles per hour or 2,175,000 kilometers per hour
Venus spins from west to east.
Venus orbits the sun every 224.7 Earth days.
Combined they're bigger than Earth but the Earth is bigger than  both of them separately
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The planet Venus is sometines called "morning star" or "evening star".
Venus' radius: 3,760 miles (6,052 km) Diameter: 7,521 miles (12,104 km)
It's about 225 Earth days.Venus takes about 225 (earth) days to make one complete revolution around the sun.
You could, but due to Venus having an extremely strong gravitational pull, it would be destroyed upon impact. Venus is also very hot on the surface as well.
Venus and Earth are similar in size, and have similar surface  gravity. However, compared to Earth, Venus has slightly less  gravity (8.87 m/s2 compared to Earth's 9.81  m/s2 ). The surface pressure of these two planets is  substantially different, though: it is 92 times greater on Venus  than...
The atmosphere of Venus consists mainly of carbon dioxide, and a small amount of nitrogen. The thick cloud cover is composed of sulfur dioxide and sulfuric acid droplets. Due to the dense atmosphere, the surface temperature ranges from 750 to 930 degrees Fahrenheit (398 to 498 Celsius). The...
Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune are larger than Earth. Earth is the largest of the four terrestrial or inner rocky planets, but the four outer gas giant planets are all much larger than Earth. The planets in size order: 1. Jupiter 2. Saturn 3. Uranus 4. Neptune 5. Earth 6. Venus 7. Mars ...
Venus is called as Veiled planet due to a cover around object. Carbon dioxide is covered thickly around it.
Well Venus keeps stopping and starting and crashing because its where women come from right? so its pretty fast when it should be slow and really slow when it should be fast. good question by the way.
The length of one year on Venus is about 224.7 Earth days, or about  61.5% of an Earth year. This is known as Venus' period of  revolution.
Thick clouds made of acid cover Venus creating a greenhouse effect making Venus the hottest planet in the solar system.
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Venus's atmosphere is deadly to us. We need oxygen and nitrogen. Venus has mainly carbon dioxide and a little bit of nitrogen. And because of the greenhouse effect, it gets really hot. The pressure is also very high (Earth's pressure x 90 = Venus's pressure).
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It takes Mercury just over 58 days to rotate on it's axis and 88 days to orbit the Sun
three hundred and forty three earth yearsAccording to the linked website, Venus takes 225 days to go around the sun.
Mercury's period of rotation would take about 59 earth days
Venus takes about 225 days to orbit the Sun. It takes about 117  days to orbit around its axis, which is the slowest of any planet  in the Solar System.
Venus is 108,200,000 km from the Sun; the speed of light travels at 299,792.458 km/s so by some very intelligent if not down right Brilliant maths I think it takes about 5.4609 minutes
No. Venus had too many Greenhouse Gases which makes it the hottest planet it our solar system even though it's not the closest one. And It does contain lack of oxygen. So, Any Living creature to live there would die because of the heat and lack of air.
It has many volcanoes. but i dnt know any other things!
Venus does not have a magnetic field because its rotational period  is very slow. This means that if its core had a liquid metal  component, it would not be moving fast enough to generate a field.
NASA's knowledge of Venus is limited. However, scientists do know  that the surface is very smooth in many places. Despite this, the  surface of Venus has plenty of volcanoes, canyons, mountains, and  craters.
It seems like Venus .
there are no rings around venus
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It can be, at night. The cloud layers of sulfur dioxide that block our view of the planet are fairly translucent, allowing dim light to illuminate the planet during the daytime (which lasts about 58 Earth days). It is extremely dark at night, though volcanoes or lightning may provide some...
Venus was discovered thousands (or hundreds of thousands or millions or billions) of years ago and was discovered by any thing with eyes that looked up at the sky.
4.66.For clarification that's 7 sidereal days, not 7 solar days.
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Venus is always extremely hot, year-round, anywhere and anytime, day or night.The thick atmosphere of carbon dioxide only absorbs about 40% of the solar radiation that reaches the planet, but it transports this heat around the planet, to the night side and the poles. The overall temperature is...
venus is covered with poisinous acid, in a yellowish cloud, and so no human would be able to get anywhere near it. that's probably it's most distinctive feature, but the fact that it is the brightest planet(and most beautiful) stands out too.
It is the only planet to start with a 'V'. It sometimes disappears for a couple of months.
Venus gets to 107 million km from the Sun, or 0.718 astronomical units.
=== ANSWER: ===   It's atmosphere is approximately 93 times as dense as the Earth's. It is the most dense of all the planets. See the related link fo more information.The atmosphere of Venus is thick because the planet lacks water.  The atmosphere also contains mostly carbon dioxide which also ...
Traveling at the speed of light, it would take roughly ten million  Earth days (about 27,000 years plus or minus a thousand years) to  reach the supermassive black hole at the Milky Way's core.
Their sizes are alike.
No. It's impossible to go to Venus due to it's extremely high pressure and deadly gases. Previous missions to Venus have only lasted for about half an hour on the planet. After that time the air pressure (which is 90 times that of Earth), had crushed the probe.
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Usually none, but currently one. Since April 2006, the 'Venus Express' has been orbiting. It belongs to the European Space Agency.
Radar (remote sensing)
venus and earth are similar because they both are the same size, mass, and density. earth and venus are different because of earths atmosphere. venus's atmosphereic pressure is about 90 times the pressure on earth.
yes a person would choke once they enter the planet of Venus. because of the sulfuric acid and coldness and not being able to breath on the planet alone you would die on the stop...
That's a little tricky as the way Venus rotates is different than the rest of the planets. But if you count when the sun rises on a given section of Earth and Venus, then Earth will have 365 days compared to about 2 for Venus in about the same time.
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It's the brightest object in the sky besides the Sun and the moon. It's also called the Morning Star or the Evening Star.
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It is not. Venus is slightly smaller than Earth.
Like the rest of the planets in our solar system, Venus formed  roughly 4.6 billion years ago. Venus is the second planet from the  Sun.
  hi the maximum temperature in degrese celsius on venus is   460 degrese celsius
Mercury is a fairly small planet with a diameter of 4,878  kilometers. This is equivalent to approximately 3000 miles across.
This idea of a sidereal rotation is generally what we accept as a day and is considered one rotation in terms of a day, and on Venus this time period is 117 days. - Venus
It's very rocky and bumpy and has valcanoes all over the inside of it! :)
The atmosphere of Venus consists mainly of carbon dioxide, and a small amount of nitrogen. The thick cloud cover is composed of sulfur dioxide and sulfuric acid droplets. Because of the dense atmosphere, the surface temperature ranges from 750 to 930 degrees Fahrenheit (398 to 498 Celsius). The...
No one has ever visited Venus. With current technology, it is too far away to send someone. 27 spacecrafts have, however, been sent to the planet.
Would depend on speed of travel, and the orbital flight path taken. The umanned Magellan explorer was launched on May 4, 1989. An earlier planned flight was to take 4 months, the later flight had a longer path around the sun, and took 15 months.
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Venus orbits the Sun at about 78300 miles per hour. I think that's what you mean.
Its to hot and there would be no water because it would evaporate. :)
See answer given for length of Venus day in hours.
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The planet Venus is known for:   • its enormous size   • being the evening star - you can see it just before sunrise and  just after sunset   • its thick atmosphere   • being the hottest planet   • having toxic yellow clouds   • named after the Roman goddess Venus  ...
  Venus rotates in the opposite direction to Earth, so the sun rises in the West and sets in the East
Infrared light can penetrate through clouds. The resulting images were adjusted to assign colors in the visible spectrum. You can search the web for "False-color imaging" and find more information on this image enhancement technique.
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because they have the close size or similar size,,
It makes it very hot, about 860 degrees Fahrenheit.
Solar day (24 hours for the Earth): about 116.75 Earth days. Sidereal day (rotation period, about 23 hours and 56 minutes for the Earth): about 243 Earth days. Year: about 224.7 Earth days.