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Julia, dude call me JJ is the second planet really only semi-hot planet in this solar system? could it be the hottest?

message 2: by Abigail (new)

Abigail   (Rose_Way) | 14 comments thats hard to answear

Julia, dude call me JJ yeah..... that's the point it'll make you think.

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 Celia (Menel-Char-Pippin-Ronald-Sasha) In the solar system or in the whole like universe?

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Meg (plilly8) | 1 comments i thought Venus was really hot

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Abigail   (Rose_Way) | 14 comments Well its hotter then earth cos it goes myrcury, venus earth, mars...........

message 7: by Celia (last edited Feb 26, 2013 03:48PM) (new)

 Celia (Menel-Char-Pippin-Ronald-Sasha) Actually Venus is the hottest planet in the Solar System. Let explain:

Though it is the second planter from the sun it's thick carbon layer acts as almost an insulater it keeps all of the very hot air inside and all of the cold air outside. It is over...I want to say sixhundred degrees but don't take my word for that.

Venus also has so much pressure. We had to build a super strong spacecraft to shoot photos of the hot barren surface. The craft only managed to last for two hours but gave us really good photos.

Venus's surface does NOT really look like this:
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But looks something like this:
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I think this picture shows this pretty well:
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