1. Large semi-axle 108.208.000 km
  2. Distance to perihelion 107.477.000 km
  3. Distance to aphelion 108.939.000 km
  4. Average orbit speed 35,02 km/s
  5. Average radius approx. 6,052 km
  6. Inclination of the equator in orbit 3,86°
  7. Surface temperature 737 K
  8. Distance from Earth 40 million km - 259 million km

We have also reached Venus ... As you know it is the second planet from the Sun, and after the Sun and the Moon, this is the next one that can be seen from Earth. It can rarely be seen with the naked eye, but it can certainly be seen with a telescope, of course it is best during the day. Venus is the younger sister of Earth and yet she is farther from him than the Sun. Yes, like Mercury, Venus is closer to the Sun than to Earth, surrounding it in 224.7 Earth days. Like Earth and Mercury, this is a terrestrial planet. And a fascinating piece of information is that: Atmospheric pressure at the planet's surface is 92 times higher than on Earth or about the pressure found 900 m underwater on Earth, it was released after some studies. Most of the rocks on Venus are angular, so you don't make circles there. Venus has so far about 167 large volcanoes, and of course many are active, which makes us say goodbye to a certain trip there. To give you an idea, the spots left after a volcanic eruption were approx. the temperature of 527-827 ° C. When Venus is approx. 467 ° C and. And if man does not withstand more than 70 ° C in the air, it turns out that we will not get there recently. Like Mercury, it has several craters, usually colliding with other celestial bodies, about 1,000 in number. We have no information about the internal structure (no one could get so close, not even the robots). Another strange thing about Venus is that it revolves on the opposite side of the other planets, that is, the sun rises in the west and sets in the east, but on the other planets it is the other way around: the sun rises in the east and sets in the west.

The pentagram of Venus is that image that shows how he observes / sees himself from Earth. During the day it is seen in several images, captured by telescopes and those from NASA.

And since 1643, we discover something we cannot discover even today, it is the grizzle light of Venus, formed when the planet is in the crescent phase. Many have said that there is something electric in the middle, others that it is an optical illusion, but no one knows for sure and we do not think it could be known in the near future. 

Other well-known names of Venus: Morning Star and Evening Star.

And now we show you what it contains: 96.51% carbon dioxide 3.48% nitrogen 0.015% sulfur dioxide 0.0070% argon 0.0020% water vapor 0.0017% carbon monoxide 0.0012% helium 0.0007% neon. Many are with 0 before and after, we know, but that contains, at most, you have to retain carbon dioxide and nitrogen, as a result, as much as you can.