Venus Introduction Venus was named after the Roman goddess of love and beauty, but is now known to be very different from Earth. It has no oceans and is surrounded by a heavy -
- Venus is the second planet from the Sun and the sixth largest. Venus' orbit is the most nearly circular of that of any planet, with an eccentricity of -
Fair but inhospitable Venus, a "Sister" planet to the Earth that is very different - Venus does not have any moons or rings. Interior & Surface Atmosphere -
The Planet Venus - Until the 1960s, Venus was often considered a "twin sister" to the Earth because - I can tell from here . . . what the inhabitants of Venus are like; -
- BepiColombo - ESA Mercury Orbiters and Lander (2009) (Possible Venus Flyby). Venus Chronology - Timeline of all attempted and future Venus missions -
NSSDC Photo Gallery: Venus NSSDC Photo Gallery: Venus - A collection of images of the planet Venus.
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Venus Transit 2004 - Welcome Describes the VT-2004 project that is related to this celestial event and which aims at transforming curiosity into knowledge and interest in science -
The Transits of Venus Transits of Venus were used to determine the distance of the sun.