What Color Is Venus?

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It's hard to say.Most pictures of Venus have some sort of false color to bring out details.If we looked at Venus with our eyes above the atmosphere,Venus is seemed to be a yellowish-white ball.
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Venus, the second planet from the sun and the planet separating Earth from Mercury, is a planet composed mainly of brownish-red colored rocks. Similar to lava rocks on Earth, the
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1: The Venus Flytrap is mainly green but the inside of its traps are red. It's spikes are darkish red/brown. It is red on the inside (mouth) and green on the outside. It changes colour
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Venus entirely covered with a thick carbon dioxide atmosphere & sulphuric acid
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There is not a whole lot of times we've landed there, so I wouldn't say there is an exact color guessed by Humans. I would say the colors are more on the warm side, such as yellow
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Venus is yellowish-white.
We can only see the thick layer of colorless and featureless sulfuric acid clouds.
Other Planets:
Venus is second planet from the Sun named after the Roman goddess of love and beauty. It is covered by 96% of carbon dioxide and sulphuric acid clouds giving it the appearance of being light and yellowish in colour.
Most pictures of Venus are sometimes different colors. If we look with our eyes, Venus is a white-yellowish ball with not many features. You can find more information here: http://curious.astro.cornell.edu/question.php?number=59
The color of Venus is a white color, with a yellowish color that highlights through. Many photos you see of Venus are taken with ultraviolet light which distorts it's natural color.
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