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Venus is a terrestrial planet.

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Venus is a terrestrial planet.


Venus is called a terrestrial planet because it has a solid rocky surface, like Earth does. The other type of planet in this gas is a gas giant or Jovian planed, consisting largely of hydrogen gas, like Jupiter.


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