How long are the nights in Venus?
About 121 Earth days
about 121 earth days
Yes, it does.
The nights are long on Venus, but it still doesn't cool much. The reason is the very thick carbon dioxide atmosphere, which keeps the heat in and lets heat circulate around the planet.
Mercury. (It is NOT Venus).
Summer = long days Vinter = long nights
It has a very slow rotation on its axis, therefore making the night and day cycle very long. However, Mercury has even longer days and nights. Although Venus takes longer to rotate than Mercury it rotates in the opposite direction. The result is that Mercury has a longer day ( "solar day") than Venus.
Venus' day is long because it rotates slowly on its axis. One day on Venus is 243 days, which is longer than one year on Venus, which is 225 days.
well days are an average of 10 hours and 32 minute but I'm not sure how long nights are, hope it helped!
The short days and long nights of winter, become longer days and shorter nights during spring.
As Venus comes around the sun, catching up with earth, it's crescent can be seen to appear larger but thinner over several nights of observation. This is because it is getting closer to us. When you can see more of Venus, it is further away, but at a closer approach it will be a thin cresant, but larger.
The lengths of days and nights in the desert are the same as with any area of the world at the same latitude. In the summer the nights are short while in the winter the nights are long. Over a year's period they average 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of darkness per day.
a year on venus is 0.62 earth years
We do know that it is incredibly HOT on the surface; the thick clouds are filled with sulfuric acid. You might think that it is a planet-wide "super-summer". There are no large seasonal variations on Venus. The axis of Venus is not tilted significantly away from the perpendicular to its orbit. So, the amount of sunlight received at a particular place doesn't change much as Venus orbits the Sun. Also, the temperature is remarkably constant… Read More
not long but longer than you
During summer, the days are long and the nights are short. During winter, the days are short and the nights are long.
The are actually the same lenght as the whole earth's winter nights if that makes sence
Venus is 7523 miles long in diameter, approximately.
Venus doesn't orbit the Earth
Venus orbits the Sun, not the Earth
for 40 days and nights
Days And Nights
Night or nighttime is the period of time between the sunset and the sunrise when the Sun is ... experiences long nights (winter) while the other is experiencing short nights (summer).
as long as it has to be why do you care
Interesting question. I'm not an expert, but astronomy is one of my hobbies. Venus has a very thick atmosphere that only lets in a small amount of sunlight passing through the clouds. The surface is very hot because of the greenhouse effect of the atmosphere. I do not know if the sun is even visible through the clouds during the daytime. However, if the sky of Venus was clear enough for the sun to be… Read More
Depends immensely on where you are (Norway is long) and time of year.
You can't. Venus is way to hot to travel to. Actually spacecraft have landed on Venus, but they don't survive for long.
The lengths of days and nights depend upon the latitude and season of the year of a particular desert.
The period of rotation for Venus is 243 days.
it takes venus 225 days
Venus orbits the Sun in about 224.7 Earth days.
One year on Venus is about 224 Earth days.
one of the songs was circus by britney spears i'm trying to figure out what the song was that went like this: bright lights, long nights HEYY the bright nights, long nights song was "top of the world" by the pussycat dolls
Venus has a "year" (time to orbit the Sun) that's about 224.7 Earth days long.
Try these: What is the surface temperature of Venus? What corrosive material is a major component of the clouds of Venus? How long was the longest time a lander was able to function on the surface of Venus? What was the first country to land a functioning lander on Venus' surface? Why has Venus traditionally been called Earth's twin? Why is the crust of Venus so thin compared to Earth's crust? Why is the crust… Read More
Venus' orbital period is 224.7 earth days.
Venus' orbital period is 224.7 earth days.
it takes 4 years to get to Venus with the Magellan space probe.
It would tack 900,400,300,521 years for a message to get to venus
It takes Venus 225 days to orbit the Sun, which is the length of a year on Venus. One month on Venus would equal 18.75 Earth days.
Antarctica has its short days and long nights in June which is when it is wintertime there To see when Antactica has its longest days and other stuff about it, see the related link
No. The days and nights are each six months long at the south pole, and you only get one day and one night per year.
It takes 243 Earth days for Venus to spin once.
Venus takes only 12 seconds to rotate on it's axis
Venus doesn't go around the moon! =P
venus: rotation: 243 days revolution: 224.7 days
Venus does not have months. Venus has a year that lasts about 225 earth days. The funny thing about Venus is that a day lasts much longer than a year, with a day on Venus being over 240 earth days.
it goes on for 9 nights and 10 days
Forty days and nights
40 day and 40 nights
40 days and 40 nights