Why is Venus called the Earth's twin?


Venus is known as the Earth's twin because of its similar size, chemical composition and density. However, due to its toxic atmosphere, Venus is not a habitable planet.
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because it looks like earth,but they also have some differences.Earth is slightly bigger than venus.Venus has alot of carbon dioxide in the air that is why its very hot.Earth has
They happen to be about the same size, and have adjacent orbits in the solar system. At a time when little more was known about Venus, it was dubbed "Earth's twin" People
Venus is classified as a terrestrial planet and it is sometimes called Earth.
Significance. The magnetic field is very useful in navigation. A compass works as a direction-finding device because the needle points in the direction of the magnetic pole of the
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Venus is the second planet from the sun, and named after the goddess of Beauty because it is the brightest 'star' that can be seen by the naked eye. It is similar to Earth in size, so it is often called Earths Twin. Venus has a heavy carbon dioxide atmosphere that makes it uninhabitable by humans.
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