The planet Venus has no moons. Venus's atmosphere is made up of corbon dioxide and nitrogen. It is the
second planet from the sun. In kilometer, it is about 107 million kilometers(67 million meters) from the
sun. Venus's rotation days are 243,16 days.

Planet Venus was named after the Roman Goddess of
love and beatuy. In Greek, her name was Aphrodite. Venus's planet symbol you will see at the top.

Venus's size and mass are very much like Earth's. Her mass is 4.869e24kg. Her diameter is 12,103.6.
Venus's average temperature is about 450c to 800c. The average density is unknown still to scientist.
Venus is thought to have layers like Earth, but scientist are still not sure. Venus is thought to have once
had oceans, but they were boiled away. Venus is the hottest planet in the Solar System. Venus also have
a canyon. Its difficult to see, but she has one. Her canyon is 4 times as big and twice as our Grand Canyon.
Venus is considered to be the morning star and the evening star. She is nicknamed Earths twin because they
close in size and mass. In fact scientist perdict that in a couple million years venus could become like plant earth.

Venus has had many space probes getting as much information about it as possible. The different probes are the Mariner 2,
Pioneer Venus, the Venera 7, Venera 9, Magellan, and the Venus Express. The Soviet Union landed on Venus in 1970.
The Mariner 2 sent back information on Venus's atmosphere and rotation. The Venera 7 stopped working after about an
hour because of high temperatures and the high pressure. All three of theb Venera probes photographed and mapped the
surface of Venus. In 1990-1994 the space probe Magellan got 98% of Venus. The probe also a detailed map of Venus,
which was also 98%.
On Earth, someone that weighs 110 pounds would weigh about 90.7 pounds on Venus. If you
weighed 170 pounds you would weigh between 70 pounds and 154 pounds.