Earth VS Venus

Venus and Earth are planets in our solar system, with Venus being the second closest planet and the Earth being the third closest to the sun. The mass of the earth is about 1.23 times the mass of Venus.

Earth

Introduction:
Earth is the third planet from the Sun. It is the fifth largest of the eight planets in the solar system, and the largest of the terrestrial planets (non-gas planets) in the Solar System in terms of diameter, mass and density.
Surface area:
510,072,000 km², 148,940,000 km² land (29.2 %), 361,132,000 km² water (70.8 %)
Volume:
1.0832073 × 1012 km3
Mass:
5.9736 × 1024 kg
Mean density:
5.5153 g/cm3
Equatorial surface gravity:
9.780327 m/s² 0.99732 g
Escape velocity:
11.186 km/s
Pronunciation:
/ɝːθ/
Adjective:
Terrestrial, Terran, Telluric, Tellurian, Earthly
Equatorial rotation velocity:
1,674.4 km/h (465.1 m/s)
Aphelion:
152,097,701 km 1.0167103335 AU
Axial tilt:
23.439281°
Perihelion:
147,098,074 km 0.9832898912 AU
Albedo:
0.367
Semi-major axis:
149,597,887.5 km 1.0000001124 AU
Eccentricity:
0.016710219
Surface pressure:
101.3 kPa (MSL)
Orbital period:
365.256366 days 1.0000175 yr
Average orbital speed:
29.783 km/s 107,218 km/h
Composition of atmosphere:
78.08% Nitrogen (N2) 20.95% Oxygen (O2) 0.93% Argon 0.038% Carbon dioxide About 1% water vapor (varies with climate)
Average surface temperature:
287 K, 14 °C
Satellites:
1 (the Moon)
Pollution:
High Carbon Dioxide Pollution steadily increasing global temperatures A.K.A. Global Warming, and chemical and radiation pollution also rising.

Venus

Introduction:
Venus is the second-closest planet to the Sun, orbiting it every 224.7 Earth days. The planet is named after Venus, the Roman goddess of love. After the Moon, it is the brightest natural object in the night sky.
Surface area:
4.60 × 108 km² (0.902 Earths)
Volume:
9.38 × 1011 km³ (0.857 Earths)
Mass:
4.868 5 × 1024 kg (0.815 Earths)
Mean density:
5.204 g/cm³
Equatorial surface gravity:
8.87 m/s2 0.904 g
Escape velocity:
10.46 km/s
Pronunciation:
/ˈviːnəs/
Adjective:
Venusian or (rarely) Cytherean, Venerean
Equatorial rotation velocity:
6.52 km/h (1.81 m/s)
Aphelion:
108,942,109 km 0.728 231 28 AU
Axial tilt:
177.3°
Perihelion:
107,476,259 km 0.718 432 70 AU
Albedo:
0.65 (geometric) or 0.75 (bond)
Semi-major axis:
108,208,930 km 0.723 332 AU
Eccentricity:
0.006 8
Surface pressure:
93 bar (9.3 MPa)
Orbital period:
224.700 69 day 0.615 197 0 yr 1.92 Venus solar day
Average orbital speed:
35.02 km/s
Satellites:
None
Pollution:
No artificial pollution: However due to high Carbon Dioxide levels in atmosphere green house effect causes the average temperatures to be hotter than Mercurys.

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