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inner planet of the Solar System, inferior planet
Part ofinner Solar System Edit
Get useterraforming of Venus, colonization of Venus Edit
Dem name afterVenus Edit
DemonymVenusian, Venerian, Venusano, Vénusien, زُهَرِيٌّ Edit
Ein locationinner Solar System Edit
Highest pointSkadi Mons Edit
Lowest pointDiana Chasma Edit
Studied inobservations and explorations of Venus Edit
Child astronomical body Edit
Parent astronomical bodySun Edit
Get characteristicorbit of Venus, life on Venus Edit
NotationVenus symbol Edit
EpochJ2000.0 Edit
Stack Exchange taghttps://astronomy.stackexchange.com/tags/venus Edit
Unicode character Edit

Venus (symbol: ♀) be de second planet for de sun. Ebe rocky planet plus de densest atmosphere of all de rocky bodies for de Solar System insyd, wey ebe de only one plus mass den size wey be close to dat of ein orbital neighbour Earth. Edey orbit inferiorly (insyd of Earth ein orbit), edey always appear for de Earth ein sky close go de Sun, as either "morning star" anaa "evening star". While dis sanso be true give Mercury, Venus dey appear much more prominently, since ebe de third brightest object for Earth ein sky insyd afta de Moon den de Sun,[1][2] dey appear brighter dan any oda star-like classical planet anaa any fixed star. Plus such prominence insyd Earth ein sky, Venus historically be common den important object give humans, for both dema cultures den astronomy insyd.

Venus (middle)

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Lawrence, Pete (2005). "In Search of the Venusian Shadow". Digitalsky.org.uk. Archived from the original on 11 June 2012. Retrieved 13 June 2012.
  2. Walker, John. "Viewing Venus in Broad Daylight". Fourmilab Switzerland. Archived from the original on 29 March 2017. Retrieved 19 April 2017.