Venus

The hottest planet

Basic features of Venus

The Hottest planet

Distance from sun: 0.72 AU

Size (diameter): 12 104

(nearly the same as earth's, so Venus is sometimes called our sister planet)

Average temperature: 457°c

Time for one rotation: 243 days

Time for one orbit: 226 days (0.62 years)

Number of Moons: 0

Atmosphere: mostly (about 97 percent) carbon dioxide, a gas that traps heat from the sun, and that's why the temperature is the same

Notable features: mountains, valleys, and volcanoes etched by rains of sulfuric acid

Symbol: ♀

Name of origin: Named for the roman goddes of love and beauty. (venus is bright, beautiful, and very noticeable in the sky at dawn and dusk.)

Who discovered the Venus?

It is actually impossible to tell who discovered the Venus , the planet has been known since before recorded history . People have been on Earth 200,000 years, so we can do since there is on the planet.
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When was the Venus discovered and observed?

People have been on Earth 200,000 years. Venus was first observed in 1032 by a Persian astronomer Avicenna , who found that Venus is closer to the Earth than the Sun.

where did the comets come from? (in our galaxy)

The solar system's central star, the Sun, and all the little orbs during your travels . Smaller bodies of eight planets : Mercury, Venus , Earth, Mars , Jupiter , Saturn, Uranus , and Neptune , which are orbiting around them more than 140 acres. (Only Mercury and Venus have no moons . ) In addition, the solar system's rocky asteroids and comets million billion ice . All of these points are held together by the gravity of the Sun group.

How is Venus observed?

Because Venus is closer to the Sun than the Earth , it orbits around the Sun faster than Earth. We can observe different the phases of Venus.
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Why was this object interest to me?

I choosed the venus because i like the colour
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