Venus By Peter Shclover
Just saying before this project I thought about Venus like this.
Today I'm going to tell you facts about Venus
On Venus it is very hot. It could get to over 462 degrees Celsius
The atmosphere of Venus made up mainly of carbon dioxide.
Its size is slightly smaller than Earth.
Venus is named after The Roman Goddess of love and beauty.
Venus's gravity is similar to Earth's.
Venus is surrounded by clouds consisting of mercury, ferric chloride hydrocarbons and sulphuric acid. These clouds create the most corrosive acid rain found anywhere in our solar system.
The clouds are so thick that little light even reaches the surface. The light that does reach the surface is converted to heat and cannot escape the atmosphere making Venus the hottest planet at around 500 Degrees Celsius.
The surface of Venus is often described as a "stormy desert" full of many craters and very active volcanoes.