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VENUS

A day on Venus is longer than its year.
To an observer standing on Pluto, the sun would appear no brighter than Venus appears in our evening sky.
At its brightest, Mars outshines every other planet apart from Venus.
Venus rotates so slowly that it orbits the sun faster than it can make one whole rotation on its axis. In other words, Venus has a longer day than year.
Venus is the brightest planet viewed from Earth.
Venus is one of the most widely explored planet aside from our own Earth. Numerous space probes have been sent to Venus to gather data and some have landed on the surface.
Venus is known as Earths' twin sister because of its similar size and proximity to each other.
Venus has mountains that are higher than Earth. Maat Mons is more than 5 miles high.
Venus rotates from East to West. The only other planet that does this is Uranus.
The clouds of Venus is filled with sulfuric acid.