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What is the cause of tremendous heat on Venus?


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Answered 2009-07-04 02:12:17

The thick atmosphere and clouds, which trap the sun's heat

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No, It's Venus 'cause it traps heat.


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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 and day sides are almost the same temperature. Venus is like this because it is closer to the Sun than Earth so it is naturally hotter. On Earth, it is cool enough for water to condense and form oceans, where carbon dioxide can be absorbed. On Venus, water cannot condense in order to absorb the carbon dioxide so all of it stays in the atmosphere. The temperature is about 460 °C.


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Well as you know, Venus is the second closes to the sun and so therefore that is what causes the heat on Venus. Not completely true. Mercury is closer, but Venus is still hotter than it. The reason Venus is so hot is because of its atmosphere. It consists of mostly greenhouse gasses that trap the radiant solar energy and keeps it from escaping the planet. Yes, the sun provides the heat to the planet, but it is the atmoshphere that traps that heat and keeps the planet extremely hot.


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