Venus and Jupiter Compare and contrast

Size comparison:

Venus: Has a radius of 6,052 miles

Jupiter: Has a radius of 71,492 miles

Jupiter is 11.8 times larger than Venus

Jupiter is the largest of all the planets in our solar system.

Appearance Comparisons:

Venus and Jupiter are both one of the brightest planets in our solar system.

Therefore this brightness can make them visible from the naked eye.

Jupiters appearance shows a striped pattern of clouds.

Venus is a small rocky planet, which is covered by lava flows and and has several volcanoes.

Jupiters atmosphere is primarily hydrogen.

Venus's atmosphere is primarily carbon dioxide.

Venus and Jupiter both have no rings.

Venus Surface
Jupiters surface

Age Comparison:

Scientists believe that everything in the solar system formed at the same time therefore making Jupiter and Venus the same age which is roughly 4.6 billion years old.

Moons:

Venus: Has 0 moons.

Jupiter: Has 67 moons.

Some of Jupiters moons

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