Venus & Mars. By: Fabienne Kelm, Izenia Sarabia, & Avery Nelson. Beginning of Venus. Galileo d iscovered Venus in 1610 The name came from the Roman goddess of love and beauty It is the 2 nd planet from the sun Picture of Venus in the sky. Venus Facts.
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By: Fabienne Kelm, Izenia Sarabia, & Avery Nelson
Picture of Venusin the sky
There is no water on Venus
On average the temperature on Venus is 460 degrees Celsius
The Venera 8 and Venera 7 have visited this planet
It is earth’s twin
It rotates backwards
There is a spacecraft there now!
Another picture of Venus
This is what Mars looks like
A picture of the rover on mars
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We picked Mars because we wanted to learn more about the red and why so many space crafts have gone there. Mars has an average temperature of -50 degrees and its two moons are smaller than Earths moon combined. Mars was discovered by Galileo in 1610, and has been visited by 5 satellites since then. We would like to visit mars because we would like to see what it is like to have twice the number of moons as us and to see the rovers on it. We would want to live on Mars to experience being on a planet that so many human beings have looked at and wondered what it is. So, yes living on Mars would be a great accomplishment and we would like to do so.
We picked Venus because we were intrigued in it’s nickname, the near- twin of earth. We learned a lot about Venus, from it’s average temperature, 460 degrees Celsius, to how many space crafts have visited it. We would like to visit Venus because we would like to see what it’s like to go through a night without a moon and see how it feels to rotate backwards. Made up of a central iron core and a rocky mantle, Venus is known to be our near- twin. It is also very bright, bright enough to cast shadows. This can help with solar power, which would make it easier to live there. So, yes we would like to live on planet Venus.