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VENUS. PRESENTED BY KAYLA,LINDSEY AND NIA’KAVIA . - Order-. Venus is the second planet from the sun. Distance. Venus is 67,238,251 miles from the sun!. Revolution and Rotation. Venus takes 6 months to orbit the sun. It takes -243.02 days to rotate one time on its axis.

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Venus

VENUS

PRESENTED BY KAYLA,LINDSEY AND NIA’KAVIA


Order
-Order-

  • Venus is the second planet from the sun


Distance
Distance

  • Venus is 67,238,251 miles from the sun!


Revolution and rotation
Revolution and Rotation

  • Venus takes 6 months to orbit the sun.

  • It takes -243.02 days to rotate one time on its axis.


Appearance and temperature
Appearance and temperature

  • Venus is orange and is made of rock!

  • The temperature is 864 degrees F.


Planets name
PLANETS NAME

  • Venus was named after the roman goddess of love and beauty.


Water
Water

  • Venus has water.The water is found in the gas state of matter


R ings
Rings

  • Venus doesn’t have rings.


Moons
Moons

  • Venus doesn’t have moons.


Atmoshere
Atmoshere

  • Venus has an atmoshere!!


Interesting facts
Interesting Facts

  • Three interesting facts about Venus.

  • Venus is a dim world of intense heat and volcanic activity!

  • Venus is the brightest planet in the sky!

  • Venus is thought that Venus was completely resurfaced by volcanic activity 300 to 500 million years ago!


Research info
Research Info

  • Apps used > Planets ,Nasa

  • Websites Used> Google Images


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