What are the temperatures of all the planets?
The temperature of each planet varies due to their placement in the solar system. The temperature of mercury can reach 465Â°C and also drops to -184Â°C. Venus, 456.85 C (854.33Â° F). Earth, -88/58 (min/max) Â°C. Mars, the temperature ranges from -87 to -5 Â°C. Jupiter, the range is 14.85 - 19.85 C (58.73 - 67.73Â° F). Saturn, due to its tilt position the temperature is different in the southern and northern hemispheres. Uranus, the average temperature is -197.15 C (-322.87Â° F). Neptune, -200.15 C (-328.27Â° F).
In our solar system all the planets (and Sun) formed from one collapsing nebular. Therefore all the planets have the same stuff inside them. The differences between planets is caused by the differences in their outer layers as the planets formed at different distances form the Sun where the temperatures gradients allowed the condensation of different compounds. When you consider Xenoplanets, we do not know hat they are made of exactly yet.
Why is the surface temperature of venus higher than the surface temperatures of the other inner planets?
The inner planets are solid and aircrafts can land on them. Their temperatures are higher because the are closer to the sun. The outer planets have colder temperatures and less sunlight because they are farther away from the sun. The outer planets are also called the Gas Giants because they are made out of gas. Inner Planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars Outer Planets: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune Dwarf Planets: Pluto, Ceres, eris, Makemake, Haumea
Its to do with higher temperatures closer to the sun and lower temperatures further away. The early solar system comprised of a disk of gas which was hot near the newly formed protosun (about 2000 degrees Kelvin) and cooler at further distances. Rocky substances condensed at the higher (inner) temperatures, while icy substances condense at much lower temperatures further out (about 200 degrees Kelvin) and hydrogen and helium at lower temperatures still - just above…
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