Why Is Venus Compared to Earth?


Venus compared to earth because Like Earth, Venus has a magnetic field and shows a planet of extremes. Earth rotates in about 24 hours while Venus rotates in the contrary sense in 243 days and both planets have the same amount of Nitrogen on their atmospheres since the atmosphere of Venus is 90 times denser than that on Earth and it is made of 96.5% of CO2 and a 3% of nitrogen.
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