Venus

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by karisalomon
Last updated 5 years ago

Discipline:
Science
Subject:
Planets
Grade:
6

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Venus

First Picture: Venus with MoonSecond Picture: Venus' ShadowThird Picture: Venus' Clouds

Did you know that Venus can appear as a star in both evening and the morning because of how bright is is? It's not the brightest object in the Solar System, but is the brightest planet. It is also very hot due to the high winds of the lower atmosphere and the high pressure. Acid and dust reflect the Sun's rays from Venus and traps the heat with carbon dioxide- causing it to become very hot. Although it is called Earth's sister planet, life cannot survive on Venus. With the high pressure and the never ending volcanoes, everyone would die. However, it is very similar in size and some materials of composition, and is proven to once had water before it all dried out. Venus is also named after the Greek goddess, Venus, for her brightness in beauty and all she enchanted with love.

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Basic Facts

Official Name: VenusNickname: Earth's Sister PlanetOrder From Sun: 2nd planet Distance From Sun: 108 million Composition: Solid silicate rock (mostly basalt), liquid iron and nickel, and dense, solid iron and nickel Length of Day: 243 Earth days Length of Year: 225 Earth days What a 20 Pounds Bookbag Would Weigh: 18.1 Pounds Interesting Fact: It is the brightest planet in the Solar System and is named after the Roman goddess of beauty and love.

Pictures

The picture above is a computer generated image of a volcano on Venus. The picture to the left of it is the inside of Venus, and the picture to the right is an artist's representation of what a storm on Venus could look like.

Can you believe Venus has storms? It's pretty amazing to know that Venus and Earth has some similarities.

Link to Bibliography: (has whole group's links)https://docs.google.com/document/d/1benIKNLqDagyYnIYWaCE-CQtUrdklmkbiQQhkRrOl60/edit


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