Venus and Jupiter By: KaYli hartlage

Venus and Jupiter


1. They are both very bright, they are hot

2. You could see both of them at the same time on August 27,2016/ which was last year

3. They are both close to the sun, Venus is the 2nd closest, and Jupiter is the 5th closest

4. They both have a smaller surface even though Jupiter is bigger


1. Jupiter is 11.8 times bigger that Venus so, one is bigger and one is way smaller

2. Venus is closer to the sun than Jupiter

3. Jupiter has a radious of 4,344 mi and Venus has a radious of 3,760

4. With an average 234 degrees Fahrenheit (145 celcious) is jupiters temperature, Venus is hotter with 864 degrees Fahrenheit (462 celcious)

Fun fact

* you can fit more than 1,321 of the planet Venus in Jupiter

Sources: Venus and Jupiter." Universe Today. N.p., 24 Dec. 2015. Web. 14 Mar. 2017.

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Created with images by Image Editor - "01 The Solar System PIA10231, mod02" • chrismeller - "Venus" • Steve A Hill - "Jupiter" • tonynetone - "Jupiter" • skeeze - "solar system planets space" • NASA Goddard Photo and Video - "Venus Viewed by Hubble" • NASA Goddard Photo and Video - "Venus - Computer Simulated Global View" • skeeze - "jupiter auroras atmosphere" • kvanhees940 - "jupiter science class craft" • NASA Goddard Photo and Video - "Hemispheric View of Venus"

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