What Are The Differences Between Venus and Earth?
Venus and Earth are very similar because of their size and mass. Venus is also known as Earth's sister. Like Earth, Venus used to have water as well but because of it's extreme heat the water evaporated many billion years ago. Venus has a similar core to Earth which is made out of solid metal but Venus doesn't have a planet sized gravity field. Because of Venus' greenhouse affect the planet is a gateway to hell with temperatures souring up to 470* C, also with nights going down -173*C. Venus' clouds are made out of pure sulphuric acid. The clouds on Venus are approximately 50-70 km high in the sky. The weather on Venus compared to Earth's is very extreme with clouds snowing metal from the sky and raining acid. Due to the amount of clouds Venus is reflective and there is no visible part of it. A full rotation around the sun takes Venus 243 Earth says when Earth takes 355.2 days. Unlike Earth that rotates anti-clockwise, Venus rotates clockwise and is the only planet in the solar system that does.
Is Venus' core and layers like Earth's?
Like Earth, Venus has a core, mantle and crust. The core of Venus is made out of solid metal like Earth's but doesn't have a gravitational pull anymore covering all of Venus. Roughly a couple billion years ago it still did. Some scientists are still not sure whether the core of Venus is solid or a liquid because of its features. Some evidence that supports that the core is liquid is that the planet doesn't have a planet gravitational pull. Roughly about 300-500 million the tectonic plates on the planet shut down. The upper crust of the planet Venus is rocky and hellish. The volcanoes on Venus are still active after 4 billion years. The volcanoes on Venus are really large, some of them have a diameter of over 20 km. On Venus 85% of it is covered by volcanoes.
What is Venus' climate and average forecasting?
As it is stated in the last paragraph the weather on Venus can change so swiftly. It is nearly impossible to get a proper forecasting of Venus because one day on Venus is 117 Earth days. The climate on Venus is no where near liveable and the atmosphere being made out of 96% carbon dioxide doesn't help to support life on the planet. Venus is constantly being crushed with wild weather. Not only winds on Venus going over 360 kph but there are winds around it over 1 million kph.