What are the similarities between Uranus and Venus?
planets, spheres, both orbit the sun, spin of axis, spin weird
The differences between Venus and Earth are that Venus have oceans like earth. Venus is much hotter than earth. the similarities are that Venus and Earth both have volcanoes.
well... about this 1. They r in the solar system. 2. Human can't live on them. 3. They r special- retrograde rotation (Pluto 2 but.....)
The average distance of Uranus from the Sun is about 2.9 billion kilometers, while Venus is only about 108 million kilometers. So there is very little difference between the distances. Depending on their orbital locations Venus will be between 2.64 and 3.11 billion kilometers from Uranus.
earth is 75% water, venus is not
nothing they are opposites
By distance: 1,718,388,490 miles
they are both coo boii planets.
Earth is the 3rd planet and Venus is the 2nd planet
Similarities Between Earth And Venus Some of the similarities are: Both Venus and Earth were formed about 4 ½ billion years ago by gas. Both Venus and Earth have a solid surface. Both Venus and Earth have about the same density, which means mass per unit volume.
earth and mars.....
They are both one of the brightest planets
Uranus is considerably larger then Venus, having about 4.2 times the surface area of Venus. Venus-12,104 km Uranus-51,152 km
the planet uranus doesnt have air yu can breath but earth has air we are able to live there
Uranus is considerably larger than Venus, having about 4.2 times the surface area of Venus. Uranus-51,152 km Venus-12,104 km
Earth Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune [Pluto]
no way Uranus is HUGE compared to Venus
Uranus and Neptune are almost identical. Uranus is 3% larger but has less mass. They have basically the same atmospheres. They are both greenish blue because of Methane.
Venus is smallest of Neptune, Venus, Saturn, or Uranus.
The distance between planets Earth and Venus, 38 million km, shows it is the closest to Earth compared to other planets. The size and mass of the two planets show close similarities. The diameter of Venus is 12,100 km while that of Earth is 12,742 km, and Venus has a mass that translates to about 82 percent that of the Earth.
There is no planet which has an orbit between Mercury and Venus. Starting closest to the Sun and travelling outwards the order of the planets is: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune.
Similarities between Earth and Venus are - Similar in size Very few craters indicating a relatively young surface Density and chemical composition are similar Differences between Earth and Venus are - Venus has no moon Venus' surface temperature is about 400 degrees Celsius Venus' atmosphere is toxic to Earth based life Venus' atmospheric pressure at the surface is about 90 times greater than Earths Venus takes about 243 Earth days to complete one full turn… Read More
Yes, it goes Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto.
Well there is allot of things alike with Venus and earth (espanol Venus y La Terrie)They are named the twin brothers
Earth is between Venus and Mars. Venus is closer to the sun than Earth, and Mars is farther away. The order is: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune.
I can tell ya one Pluto is farther from earth rather than Venus...
- they both have rings - they both are gaseous planets -they both orbit the sun
Well, they are both gas giants and both have "rings".They are both in our solar system.
The similarities of Earth and Uranus are that they both: are round. have gravitational pull. have an atmosphere that creates a blue tint. have moons. are planets. circle the sun as part of the solar system. spin on their axis, even though Uranus' axis is tilted way over. have solid parts, liquid parts and gaseous parts.
One similarity between Mercury and Venus is that they are both smaller than Earth. They are also both closer to the sun than Earth.
Between 0.3 and 1.7 roughly. The bigger distance is when venus is on the other side of he sun from us.
Yes, Venus is larger than Mercury but smaller than Uranus.
Uranus' diameter is 51152 km, while Venus' diameter is 12104 km
Saturn is not positioned between Jupiter and Neptune. The eight planets in our solar system go in the order of: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Saturn is positioned between Jupiter and Uranus.
The known ones are . . . Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune
Mars and Venus both have a core which made of metal and they belong to the inferior planets of our solar system.They are also rocky planet like our earth.
Please define bigger. If you mean which is more massive, Uranus is about 14.5 earths, compared to Venus which is 0.8 earths. If you mean which takes up more space, Uranus is over 63 earths, compared to Venus, only 0.85 earths. So in both cases, it's Uranus.
Venus or Aphrodite is actually a child of Uranus and Gaea. When Cronus (Kronus) killed Uranus, the blood of Uranus fell everywhere and it made a pink cloud that gave a birth to Aphrodite.
Both Venus's and Mars's atmospheres are about 95 percent carbon dioxide, magnetic field
Venus is best known for being close to uranus
Venus does not rotate in the same direction as Earth. This means that the sun rises in the west on Venus, and sets in the east. The sun also rises in the west and sets in the east on Uranus.
Venus is much closer to the sun than the earth, while Uranus is very far away from the sun, farther than Saturn. There is No possibility of Venus and Uranus colliding.
Both Uranus and Venus spin from east to west. If you want to know more facts you could go to this site below http://www.universetoday.com/19279/10-interesting-facts-about-uranus/
Venus and Uranus spin awkwardly compared to the other planets in the solar system. It all comes down to when the solar system and the planets were formed, they were averagely hit at a certain angle causing Venus to rotate in reverse axis and Uranus to rotate on it side axis.
Venus and Uranus
Venus and Uranus.
Venus & Uranus.
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Major planets by mass: Mercury Mars Venus Earth Uranus Neptune *smaller but denser than Uranus Saturn Jupiter Major planets by size: Mercury Mars Venus Earth Neptune *smaller but denser than Uranus Uranus Saturn Jupiter
five planets Sun > Mercury > Venus > Earth > Mars > Jupiter > Saturn then > Uranus > Neptune > Pluto