What is the hottest planet in our solar system?
Venus it has a gas atmosphere so it makes it do hot nothing will go there and come back...alive
Mercury. I think
technically theres none cause there is some planet that is on the sun
Venus, because of the greenhouse effect.
I think the nearest one to the sun, Mercury.
I think mercury cuz it's closest to the sun.
Excuse me but the cute answer would be >>the planet you're on. Forgive me.
Mars im guessin
I think it's Venus
Definitely Venus. The cloud cover traps the heat.
Venus reaching to a scorching 900F mercury is not at night it gets to -300F I think
Venus. Second from the sun
Venus, because of all the Carbon Dioxide, heat cannot escape the planet.
venus of course..heat gets in but cant get out..greenhouse effect
Wow....Some people must have REALLY failed in science...If you think mercury, You are WRONG!!! Venus is the hottest because it thick clouds prevent heat from coming back out. Mercury is hot but it can release the heat so it keeps cooler
venus... because it has great amount of carbon dioxide which attracts heat towards it and thus make it the hottest planet
Venus. Runaway greenhouse effect. Also has an extremely high atmospheric pressure which aids in the high temps on the planet.
Mercury because it is the closest to the sun , now if this isnt true than pluto could be the hottest planet.