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jordan nobbs

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Transcript of Venus

Venus Climate Meaurment Compotistion Space Exploration Mythology Other Facts Tempature High of 427 Degrees celsius
(855 degrees Farenheit) Size 12 104 km Compared to Earth 649 Km smaller than Earth Location Order 2 Distance 0.723 Astronomical units from ths sun Probes Venra 7 was the first probe to land on Venus. But, soon stop working due to the high tempatures on Venus. 2.67 AUs from Earth Origanal Name
In Roman mythology, Venus was identified with the goddess of love and beauty, Aphrodite. To the ancient Mayans, Venus was the patron planet of warfare called Kukulcan, or the feathered serpent.

Atmosphere Land A rocky, dusty, waterless expanse of mountains, canyons, and plains, with a 200-mile river of hardened lava. Carbon dioxide (95%),
Nitrogen (3.5%)
sulfuric acid clouds
carbon monoxide, argon, sulfur dioxide, and water vapor (all less than 1 percent).

Venus/ Aphrodite Venus is unique because It has a canyon that is 4 times as big, and twice as deep as our Grand canyon, Tempature is 800 degrees, It is the hottest planet in the solar system. No life form can be found on this planet because its highly volcanic and is mostly carbon dioxide, nitrogen and sulfuric acid. Gravity 8.87 m/s^2 (0.90 x Earth's) If an object weighed 100 pounds on the Earth, it would weigh 90.7 pounds on Venus. Moons There are no moons for planet Venus
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