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Planet Venus

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The 2nd planet from the Sun in our solar system. Excluding the moon, it is the brightest natural object in the night sky.
Possible, yes. A good idea from any angle? Absolutely not. The RHB5 that comes on the Ford probe is a very small turbo and is even a bit small for that car. While it may be considered for small displacement, medium power 1.5L-1.6L Hondas (ang other similar sized makers) It is not a good option for t…
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Answer You can determine your payback time by using your energy bills from the last 12 months. First look at three months during the summer, say June, July, August. Add the 3 months gas bills then divide this by 3. This gives you a average per month amount for the appliances other than the furnac…
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When I was a kid of the same age (early 90s) I could walk into a liquor store at 15 and buy several cases of alcohol at a time. Just wore a short shirt basically. Do I advocate it now? Of course not, but I am aware that it happens. Probably more frequently now than when I was a kid. Alcohol is e…
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Until all the rebar is gone. Rebar is just low grade steel with next to nothing in it to prevent rust. After a surface coat of rust gets on it (2-3 days) it will slow the process but it will never stop. Rebar is normally set inside concrete which also slows down the rusting but if you break open an…
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The belts are not aligned correctly, or something is bent; pulley, bracket, look and see . The belt should look straight.
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I bought an 86 VW Cabriolet four years ago for $2850 Canadian. It had about 200,000 miles on it. I love it. Sadly, it just had it's first mechanical failure (at over 300,000 kilometers) after driving through a wicked snow storm. I think it's just an oil filter housing gasket leak. Tricky to get at, …
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Of course you have every right to be shocked. No mother wants to wake up and discover her son dressing in women's clothing. Hurt? Now that's something entirely different. Hurt over what? Hurt that you are embarrassed over it or what your husband will think or your neighbors or friends? I think what …
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The sun doesn't actually move. Rather, the earth's rotation (at approximately 24 hours per revolution) makes the sun appear to "rise" and "set" as your position on the earth turns in relation to the sun.when one part of the Earth is facing towards the sun it would eventually become dark. this is bec…
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You should research it and find out. Just do a search on eBay for your specific date of the magazine to see what they are going for. Then use the column to the left to click "completed listings" to see what past auctions sold for. I believe there may be a market for your magazines if they feature …
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It sound like real love if you have been together 7 years, hopefully marraige will follow.I don't understand the rest of the question, what is the problem? You say fate has been unkind....explain and ask a new question.  The question is very confusing. If you have loved each other for OVER 25 …
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Chexsystems can be slow about sending out reports but everyone is entitled to a free report every year. generally it is a few weeks but sometimes a little longer.
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Only when you know god personally and invite him into your heart will you know your true self, one unafraid and completely amazed at creation.    First of all, I don't consider the behaviour we have learned growing up our "personality". I only consider the behaviour you exhibit naturally…
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Mercury, Venus, and Mars all have longer days, both solar and siderial (rotational) days.Each rotation of Mercury takes 58.65 Earth days, Venus takes 243 Earth days, and Mars takes 1.03 Earth days (24.6 hours).There could be exoplanets with a period of rotation longer than our day. The five dwarf pl…
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Venus has a very strong greenhouse effect. A greenhouse effect is when the gases in the atmosphere trap more of the Sun's heat. A lot of carbon dioxide, a very dense atmosphere, and a thick blanket of clouds help trap the sun's heat. The transfer of heat by atmospheric currents means both the night …
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from Earth i dont know, but from the Sun it is about 3.7 billion miles
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the goddess of beauty,love, and sexual desireThe planet is named after Venus, the Roman goddess of love and beautyVenus was named after the Roman goddess of love and beauty of the same name. Although it looks pretty on the outside, don't think that makes the whole planet a lot better than other plan…
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1st of all, that's a really normal body weight for your age and height. you shouldn't need to diet, but tht doesnt mean you can pig out either. just keep a healthy norm. here are a couple of tips that are good for anyone to try, whether trying to loose weight or not.never eat until youre full. I kno…
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I think no but I think Saturn have less density than water and it can float on water. ------------------------------------------ Venus has a density of 5.24, where water has a density of 1.0. All the "terrestrial" planets are typically as dense as rocks; that's why they are sometimes called "rock…
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The average temperature on Venus is about 464 °C (867°F). It is this hot because it is the second planet from the sun, and has what scientists call a 'runaway greenhouse' effect. A thick layer of clouds (carbon dioxide and some sulfuric acid) covers the surface and traps infrared radiation, rais…
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Hmm you're around the same size as me & I'm 14. You should be 6'5" - 6'7" by time you're 23. You'd be more suitable at defensive end, but whoever heard of an oversized linebacker? You'd most likely be a beast who'll punish running backs. Only one thing, you'll have to make sure you beef up & stay be…
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Venus is named after the Roman god of love and beauty.
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roman godess of love
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another test that you can do befor desid to change the battery ,first get a good mulimeter or DC voltmeter , then start the car, switch OFF all electrice devices like interior light , outsid light , radio, offcorse AC ,while the engine is runing disconect the posittive batery conector from it ,then …
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The most important thing on earth is to get from A to B in life as happy as is possible, don't stress, don't rush through life at break neck speed, chill out and enjoy the ride. Life is short so make the most of it. Another thing is peace.
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The distance constantly varies as the planets orbit, Venus being closer to the Sun and orbiting in a shorter period than Earth. They can be from 38.1 million kilometers (23.7 million miles) apart at their closest to as far as 261 million km (162 million miles) apart when they are on opposite sides o…
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Its burning hot...... the hottest planet in our solar system. Mercury is closer to the Sun, but has no atmosphere to hold in the heat. Venus gets up to 867 degrees Fahrenheit (HOT!).
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No Hi As far as I am aware Carbon Trioxide is formed in the plasma of a coronal discharge, and the closest place we have one of those (fortunately) is in the Sun. I think your question should actually ask if blocking the solar light (how the hell you would do that, or why I don't know) would STOP…
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the moon is understood to be a lesser spiritual power it has no light, it reflect the light of the sun. it is also a.symbol of dark powers. Jupiter and venus are signs of false religions which are in tandem one male one female. the crescent moon is a sign that a dark force willl arise in the middle …
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The revolution period of Venus around its orbit (its "year") is 225 Earth days; however its rotational period around its own axis (its "day") is 243 Earth days! And unlike all other planets (except the tilted Uranus), its direction of rotation is opposite (or retrograde). These two anomalies could …
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Clouds are made of microscopic droplets of water and sometimes even ice cyrastal. If the droplets get bigger, then they may fall as rain.
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gaylord nelson and Dennis Hayes invented earthday
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Earth Day arose in 1970. Links can be found below.
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1 sattellites of what? the earth has one satellite, the mon.
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night sky myths are myths about stars, constellations and more. In ancient times astronomers looked in the sky to see patterns but some might not have being real stars, it could have been just a bright lightBY; Tobi
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Most of them. NASA have sent manned missions to the Moon. Unmanned NASA probes have landed on Mars, and Saturn's moon Titan. Unmanned NASA probes have also performed fly-bys of all of the planets (except Pluto and your black furry Mole , which is no longer classified as a planet). The New Horizons p…
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On the job, there are many contributions that a person can make. However, the greatest contribution is just showing up and giving 110 percent of one's ability and attention to the tasks at hand. That makes things easier for everyone in a workplace.
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Venus has a very strong greenhouse effect. A greenhouse effect is when the gases in the atmosphere trap more of the Sun's heat. A lot of carbon dioxide, a very dense atmosphere, and a thick blanket of clouds help trap the sun's heat. The transfer of heat by atmospheric currents means both the night …
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After the Godess 'Venus.'
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Venus is the closest in size but it is a very different planet in all other respects. The atmosphere is very thick and almost completely made of carbon dioxide. Venus suffers from severe global warming with surface temperatures of 400-500 degrees C.Venus is the closest to Earth in terms of size comp…
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the age for the Earth and the rest of the solar system is about 4.55 billion years (plus or minus about 1%).
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The ones you like or the ones you now
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Air contains about 20.95% oxygen at sea level. The remainder is 78% nitrogen 0.93% argon, 0.038% carbon dioxide, trace amounts of other gases and particulates, and an average of around 1% water vapor.
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Venus does not have any moons or rings. The only other planet in our Solar System without a moon is Mercury.
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Venus is the Roman equivalent of the Greek goddess Aphrodite. She is the goddess of love and beauty. Answer2: Aphrodite (Roman Venus), the goddess of fertility and love, considered to be the "sister of the Assyro-Babylonian Ishtar and the Syro-Phoenician Astarte" (Greek Mythology, by P.
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There is no planet in the solar system with a day longer than an Earth year.The planets with a day shorter than their year are Venus and Mercury, but there are special circumstances that create opposite effects:Venus - the planet takes 243 Earth days to make one spin on its axis, which is more than …
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Answer A mars day is longer. Each Mars rotation takes 24 Earth hours and 39.5 Earth minutes. A mars day is about 25 hours long.
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Unlike the other planets (except Uranus), Venus rotates slowly in a clockwise direction, when viewed from an imaginary point high above the Earth's north pole. Scientists speculate that Venus may have collided with another large object during its early formation. (Similar theories have been advance…
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There are two planets that rotate clockwise, i.e. with retrograde motion; Venus and Uranus.
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Answer Love, beauty and fertility; similar to the Greek goddess Aphrodite. Answer 2 Love and beauty, which the name of the goddess of this goddess is Aphrodite, or Venus, the most beautiful of all the goddesses, and all the guy gods fell in love with her. So that explains the love, and the be…
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it depends on how old you are because theres 165 earth years in one neptune year so less then a monthe old.
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Venus is named for the Roman goddess of beauty and love, equivalent to the Greek goddess Aphrodite.
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Yes, Jupiter has a very faint ring system. Jupiter's ring system can not be seen from Earth, but was discovered by Voyager space probes when looking back on the planet.
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There is no answer because you haven't given sufficient information in your question. The sun is roughly 93 million miles away. What is the velocity of your vessel? Are you going to attempt a 'straight-line' trip, or are you going to take advantage of the gravity of the inner planets? Nobody is answ…
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You should revoice your question, there are two planets that rotate clockwise, Venus and Uranus.
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ageyou would be 20 or 21 depending on the month born. if the month has passed you would be 21 if the month hasn't passed yet the person would be 20.
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Because Venus was the brightest planet in the sky, the Romans named it Venus. Venus was the name of the Roman goddess of love and beauty.
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No, Venus is not a burned out sun (star). It isn't large enough - considering its composition - to be the "remains" of a stellar body. (Yes, a neutron star is small compared to Venus, but it is composed of neutrons. Venus isn't.) Stars need a minimum mass to begin a fuision cycle, and (if they don't…
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The Roman goddess Venus, goddess of love and beauty, was the equivalent of the Greek goddess Aphrodite.
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It appears red because of how hot it is and how close it is to the sun.
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138 seconds ± ~53 seconds. Since the orbit of Venus is on a different path than the orbit of the Earth, the time that it takes for the light to become visible on Earth from Venus actually varies, but not by too much. 2 minutes and 18 seconds is only at one point in the year, but the distance from E…
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Answer The distance between venus & earth is 48 million kilometers. (Note that the distance given between both the planets has been considered with reference to the Sun.That's suppose when all three are on a line.)
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It is 12,100 km across.
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While the temperature and pressure on the surface are far just too great for colonization, there is an area 50km above the surface where the temperature and pressure are Earth-like, the winds circle the planet in 100-hour "days", and the gravity is just less than earth-like. Because the gases th…
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The surface of Venus is a thick crust of dried up volcanic lava. Most of the minerals are apparently similar to Earth's, but with very few hydrogen compounds. About 2/3 of the surface is low, rolling mountains and the rest is highlands. Venus had thousands of volcanoes! Imagine the hottest desert …
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Well technically it does not take a day to rotate once... it normally takes it 10 hours and 14 min exact to rotate around its axis
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There is one in an Inger Nilsson biography webpageCheck the related link.
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It takes Mercury just over 58 days to rotate on it's axis and 88 days to orbit the Sun
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The following was here before I added the links (see the related links). This is nonsensical but imaginative. The only thing here that is clearly wrong is the reference to centrifugal force. Anyone who knows physics knows that, TTBOMK, centrifugal force is not known to exist, but gravity is a centri…
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Venus orbits the sun in approximately 225 Earth days. (224.70069 days) Strange as it may seem, Venus rotates so slowly that a "day" on Venus is longer than its year. It takes Venus about 243 Earth days to spin once on its axis. The slow rotation is also in a "retrograde" (clockwise) direction, from…
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In order of distance when at nearest approach to Venus, the planets are . . . -- Mercury -- Earth -- Mars -- Jupiter -- Saturn -- Uranus -- Neptune -- the former planet Pluto
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If your referring to the Gas of (gasoline/petroleum) there is no known discoverer, well over 4000 years ago oil was used for building, lighting (oil lamps) and medicinal purposes. However, Ignacy Lukasiewicz invented the distillation process for kerosene and this product grew in demand quickly for l…
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The mean density of Venus is 5.204g/cm³. The average density of Venus is 5.204 g/cm³.
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In many cultures the morning symbolizes newness or freshness. Morning can also represent youth, rejuvenation, or joy in some cultures.
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Venus has been known since antiquity, and was named by the early Sumerian and Babylonian astrologers. It was discovered to be moving long before recorded history. After the Sun and Moon, Venus is the brightest object in the sky, rising shortly before the Sun or Setting soon afterward. Venus can be …
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The surface composition of Venus is believed to be similar to Earths, largely silicon based rock. Its difficult to say exactly what the surface is as space craft cannot survive long enough on its surface to be able to analyse and send back detailed information.
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Answer counter clockwise on the uh-60 American helicopters main rotors rotate counter-clockwise. European helicopters main rotors rotate clockwise.
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Solid.all the inner planets are solid.and then once you get to Jupiter and beyond they are all gas planets. Inner: Mercury, Venus Earth, Mars (Inside asteroid belt)Outer: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, (Pluto Dwarf planet) (outside asteroid belt)
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Unlike Earth, the "day" (rotation period) on Venus is very different from the observed day. Venus is unusual in its extremely slow rotation, taking nearly 243 Earth days to spin once on its axis (243.02 Earth days or 5832.4 Earth hours). Additionally, and probably related to this, it spins from east…
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Technically they don't eat anything. They trap and digest prey. The "teeth" on the edge of the trap are to trap small insects not for biting.As the name suggests Venus Flytraps trap and digest fly's as well as host of other small insects: moths, butterflies, ants, cockroaches etc…
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The planet Mercury has no weight, as this would be expressed within a gravitational field. The mass of Mercury is estimated as 3.3 ×10²³ kilograms (only about 5.5% of Earth's mass).The element Mercury has a density of 13.5 grams/ml (13.5 grams/cm3).
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Answer No, twins are born within minutes of each other, not years. Yes! Irish twins are a year or less apart in age. Aggie80
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Another name for Venue is Hesperus.
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If it had started out going in the other direction, I suspect things would be much as they are now, except that the sun would rise in the west, etc. If you are talking about some cataclysmic event that reverses the earth's rotation, this would surely end virtually all life on the planet. At the equa…
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the morning star tattoo is generally dipicted as an 8 pointed star (or two four pointed one laid one over the other to make eight). It is nautical and travel related and falls into the same group as compass, nautical star and swallow tattoos. it also has symbolic relevence to new life or a change or…
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Answer Mars is rather cold. With a mean temprature of -46 C Mars cannot be considered to have 'tremendous heat'
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Venus was the Roman goddess of love, beauty, and sex.
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18 feet high is probably 2.5 stories, but it is still highly unlikely that a jump from there would kill one, unless they went head-first, wherein death is still not assured. There are caring internet outlets for anyone contemplating this, and volunteers are always needed. Although a single issue mig…
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The Moon, then the planet Venus, followed by the International Space Station.
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