Would a human freeze or burn up in Venus?
You would burn on Venus as it is nearer to the Sun than Earth is and is much hotter.
A human would die of asphyxiation on Venus because Venus's atmosphere does not contain oxygen. The main component that makes up the atmosphere of Venus is Carbon Dioxide (CO2)- the by-product of human respiration. But regardless of whether or not theres oxygen on Venus the surface temperature is 900 Degrees F so if we were to stick a human there they would certainly burn to death before suffocation would even start.
On Venus would a person choke in the atmosphere be squashed by the extreme grvity float with ease freeze burn up or something else?
On Venus would a person choke in the atmosphere be squashed by the extreme gravity float with ease freeze burn up or something else?
Venus has an atmosphere containing 99% Carbon dioxide, so if you didn't die of asphyxiation, the crushing force of atmospheric pressure would have an accordion-like effect on the human body, pushing it into the ground somewhat comically. Following that, the temperature of 460 degrees C would burn the remains of the body.