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Transcript of Venus!
What is Venus's order from the sun? How long does it take Venus to orbit the sun? What is Venus's distance from the sun in AU and in km? What is the rotation period for Venus? Who discovered Venus? What would happen to a human if they traveled to Venus? Venus was named after the Roman goddess of love and beauty. Venus is the second closest planet from the sun. It only takes Venus 22.47 days to orbit the sun. The rotation period for Venus is 243 days. Venus's distance from the sun in km is 108,200,000 km. Venus's distance from the sun in AU is 0.72142879 AU. Nobody really knows who discovered Venus, but since Venus is so bright it was probably seen by the first group of humans. What are Venus's Major Gases? Venus's Major Gases are Carbon Dioxide and Nitrogen. What are Venus's Minor Gases? Venus's Minor Gases are Helium, Neon, Carbonyl Sulfide, Hydrogen Chloride, and Hydrogen Fluoride. What kind of weather occurs on Venus? Venus has a bit of active weather in its atmosphere. The reason we don't know much about the weather on Venus is because there are huge, thick, massive clouds that cover the planet preventing us from getting the temperature below. What forms of water are found on Venus? The atmosphere on Venus is made almost entirely of Carbon Dioxide. The atmosphere consists of only 0.002% water. What does Venus look like? Venus is rather smooth, it has a rocky surface, and it is also very bright. Venus is a cloudy, orangish looking planet. What are Venus's Surface Conditions? What are some problems and solutions to sending people to Venus? The problem with sending people to Venus is it's to hot for human life. The solution is that we can seed the clouds with blue-green algae. What modifications would be needed for humans to live on Venus? There would need to be oxygen, less heat and less inclimate weather. What is Venus's symbol? Venus's symbol is a circle with a cross underneath it. The acid,mixed with the lack of oxygen and extreme heat would cause you to instantly begin suffering an inhuman amount of torture and excruciating pain. The wind speeds are 355 km/h. The temperature ranges from 500 degrees Celsius to 32 degrees Celsius. The surface pressure is 480 degrees Celsius (896 degrees Fahrenheit). THE END!