Venus Temperature Range?

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The mean surface temperature of Venus is 735 Kelvin or 460 degrees Celsius. Venus is the second planet from the sun and is one of the four solar terrestrial planets, meaning that it is a very rocky body like the earth. It is often described as earth's 'twin' or 'sister'.
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It ranges from about 900F to 860F (about 480°C to 460°C) at the surface.
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On Venus, mountain peaks average 447 degrees C, while lowlands average 477
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If it had Mars's atmosphere, it would be at Mars-like temperatures, though a bit higher. The main reason Mars is so cold is because its atmosphere is so thin, less than 1% of ours
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Venus is the planet second closest to the sun and the hottest planet in the solar system. Venus surface temperature is a scorching 484 degrees Celsius. Its surface pressure is 92 times that of earth at sea level!
Venus is the second planet from the sun. Its average temperature is 460 degrees Celsius, which is 410 degrees hotter than the hottest desert on our planet. Venus is classified as a terrestrial planet and is sometimes called Earth's 'sister planet.
Venus is the second closest planet to the sun. The temperature of the Venus is 461.85 degree Celsius or in terms of Kelvin it is seven hundred and thirty five K.
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