Venus is the second planet from the Sun, orbiting it every 224.7 Earth days. It has
the longest .... The actual temperatures are not known, because the size of the
hot spots could not be measured, b...
Jun 24, 2013 ... Planet, Minimum surface temperature °F (°C), Maximum surface temperature (°F (
°C). Mercury, - 275 °F (- 170°C), + 840 °F (- 450°C). Venus, + ...
The lowest temperature on Venus is minus 175 degrees Celsius, found at an
atmospheric layer 125 kilometers above the ... Why is Venus the hottest planet?
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the surface
temperature of Venus appears to range from about 820 to almost 900 degrees ...
Its temperature can skyrocket to 700 Kelvin, or 426 degrees Celsius on the
sunward ... this taught the Soviets just how hellish the Venusian environment
May 31, 2007 ... Topic Is Venus's dark side cold? (http://www.bautforum.com/showthread.php?t=
584): Average temperature: 737 K Diurnal temperature range: ~ ...
An image captured from the Venusian surface, taken by a Russian probe in 1982.
... the point of no return ending up with the hottest surface temperature of any
planet in the solar system. ... Minimum Surface Temperatures: same as maximum
Oct 3, 2012 ... ... shows Venus's south pole in transition between day and night. ... As it turns out,
sweltering Venus - average temperature a balmy 464 °C ...
The universe's hottest planet, Venus, is so unbearably hot that very few things
could survive on this planet. Venus's temperature is around 460 degrees Celsius
Venus is the second closest planet to our Sun, and is the hottest planet in the
solar system. The blistering temperature on Venus is due in part to the