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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 VENUS The distance from Venus to the Sun is 67,240,000 miles. This is equivalent to 1076391.04167 football fields. by Zoe Yung General Info:Mass: 4,867,320,000,000,000 billion kg (0.815 x Earth) Equatorial Diameter: 12,104 km Polar Diameter: 12,104 km Equatorial Circumference: 38,025 kmKnown Moons: none Notable Moons: none Orbit Distance: 108,209,475 km (0.73 AU) Orbit Period: 224.70 Earth days Surface Temperature: 462 °C. First Record: 17th century BC by Babylonian astronomers CORE: mostly solid iron with perhaps a trace of sulfurprobably also a semi-liquid outer core of molten iron sulfide Mantle: hot, plastic rock, churned by convection currents that move slowly over thousands of years. Similar in composition to the Earths, Venus mantle may containrocks rich in iron and magnesium. crust: basalt and other silicate rocks; some parts lifted by mantle. Venus on the inside: While Venus is likely to be made mostly of iron and nickel-the same as Earths-its slightlylower density suggests there may be a lighter element, such as sulfur, in there too. Again, like Earth, Venus has a mantle of rock that is made fluid enough by interior heat to creep slowly up and down in convection currents. Layers in this 3D model are not shown to scale: the crust, surface relief, and atmosphere are exaggerated for clarity. The clouds are made from droplets, and perhaps solid crystals, of sulfuric acid The lower layer of the atmosphere is clear, dense, and extremely hot. The atmosphere above the cloud deck thins out into space. A thin, hazy layer lies between the bottom of the clouds and the lower atmosphere.
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