Why is Venus like earth’s evil twin?

The average temperature here is more than six times hotter the hottest spot on earth, making the Venus the most scorching planet in the solar system. It’s enough here to turn a slab of lead into a molten puddle. Sunset won’t bring relief from the heat either. Day or night, from its north pole to its south pole, every day of the year, Venus is locked in a never-ending heat wave. Blame the blanketing atmosphere of carbon dioxide, which is thick enough at the surface to crush a submarine!


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