Venus: Our Sister Planet?
Venus is known as the jewel of the sky. It was thought to be two different planets by ancient astronomers and thus referred to as the morning star and the evening star. Early astronomers also referred to Venus as Earth's sister planet. Both are considered young planets due to the low number of craters and both are similar in size, and their chemical compositions are similar. The surface of Venus has many features, which are similar to the Earth such as canyons, volcanoes, lava flows, rift valleys, mountains, craters, and plains. …
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