By Alessandro CottaThe following are the planets in our solar system:Venus is the planet that we call the sun.
It orbits the sun in a circular orbit around the earth.
This is the sun’s innermost region, and it is the closest planet to the earth, with a radius of about 6.4 million kilometres.
It is one of the closest planets to our own solar system, with an orbital period of about one day.
Venus has an average temperature of about 4°C (8°F) and an average pressure of about 2.7 bar.
Its atmosphere is mostly hydrogen and helium, with about 95 per cent oxygen.
Its mass is about 4.3 per cent of Earth’s.
Venuses crust is made up of an outer layer of rock and a mantle.
It contains mostly silicate minerals and water ice.
The crust has a high permeability which is one reason that it is so hard.
It also contains a very high density of iron.
The surface of the planet is covered with a thick layer of silicate rocks.
The mantle is made of a layer of mostly carbonate minerals, which contains more iron than the outer mantle.
Venous planets are extremely hot.
At around 2,700 kilometres (1,200 miles) per degree Celsius (5,000 Kelvin) it has a temperature of more than 11,000 degrees Celsius (27,000 Fahrenheit) and is the hottest planet in our Solar System.
The Sun is only about 1,600 kilometres (620 miles) from the surface of Venus, so the Sun will be just about 100 times hotter than the Sun itself.
The surface of Earth is about 60 kilometres (37 miles) in diameter.
The sun shines on Venus at the equator.
The Earth lies at the poles.
The planets are separated by more than 2,000 kilometres ( 1,500 miles) of water ice at their equator, with the oceans at the southern end of that distance.
Venice and the other planets are about 4 billion kilometres (2.5 billion miles) apart.
They have orbits that are similar to those of our own sun, and the two planets are also about 50 million kilometres (31 million miles) away from each other.
Venues are thought to have formed in a similar fashion to the solar system.
The earliest planets were probably formed in the early universe and they formed in orbits that were close to those that we see today.
At the time, we would not have known that the Earth and Mars are much closer to one another than they are today.
They are thought by some to have orbited around each other at a distance of about 100 million kilometres or so.
VenUS has a very similar atmosphere to Earth’s and is a planet that is about twice as warm.
The atmosphere has a similar density of hydrogen, helium, carbon dioxide, oxygen and nitrogen.
It has a slightly different composition of minerals.
Venas surface is covered in water ice, with only about 10 per cent nitrogen and 10 per of carbon dioxide.
The planet is the second closest planet in the Solar System to Earth, and its water ice is much thicker than that of Earth.
Venustans oceans are mostly carbon dioxide and nitrogen, with water on the surface being much more alkaline than that on Earth.
It may have been formed at the same time that the water on Venus formed.
The planet Venus is the furthest from our own Solar System, so we are the only planet in its solar system that is not in the same orbit.
Venus is estimated to be around 1,400 kilometres (630 miles) across and about 2,200 kilometres (900 miles) deep.
Venes surface is made mainly of silicates.
The silicates are mostly silicates, with carbonate rocks being the main material.
The core of Venus is a mix of silica and silicates and is mostly made up by carbonate mineral.
Venerea are the most dense and most liquid part of the atmosphere of Venus.
It can be as thick as 20 kilometres (12 miles) and as liquid as 1,000 litres (3.5 gallons).
The largest part of Venus’s atmosphere is made mostly of silicones, with more silicates being formed in areas where water is relatively more abundant.
Vene has a climate similar to Earth.
The temperatures are about 60 degrees Celsius (-130 degrees Fahrenheit) warmer than the average of Earth, which is a result of the surface atmosphere being made up mostly of carbonate and silicate.
Venian’s atmosphere has been described as being a mixture of two types of gas: water and ammonia.
There is also ammonia, which also comes from the oceans.
Venices climate is warmer than Earth’s average and can be colder than Earth.
A heatwave can occur when the surface temperature is over 40 degrees Celsius.
The maximum temperatures are around 10 degrees Celsius or so, but can be much lower than