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Why Venus is the hottest planet instead of Mercury?

Asked by Universe(student), on 24/7/12

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bcoz of presence of co2 gas on venus whch is a green house gas....

Posted by Shambhavi Pande...(student), on 24/7/12
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because venus is full of CO 2 which  traps the heat from the sun and does not let go back easily while on the other side mercury does not trap heat in compared to venus..

Posted by Arpit Gupta(student), on 24/7/12
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Venus has a thick atmosphere of pale, yellow clouds of carbon dioxide and sulfuric acid. The clouds and the gases in them (mostly the CO 2 ) trap the heat and prevent it from escaping to space (The Greenhouse effect).
This causes it to heat up to very high temperatures, higher than that of Mercury. 


Mercury on the other hand has no atmosphere to trap heat. So a lot of the incident radiation is reflected away and it doesn 't stay hot.
For instance, if you step from the sunlit side to the dark side of Mercury, the temperature drops by about 600°C. 


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Posted by Jaideep Sharm...(student), on 24/7/12

because it ahs more co2 

Posted by Dheeraj Dileep(student), on 1/8/12

 Venus has clouds of gases which trap the heat of the sun.

hope this helps!!!

Posted by Surya Kant Pand...(parent), on 2/8/12

Venus is the hottest planet because there are many active volcanoes on th surface of this planet and there are many clouds of acids which trap the heat of the sun and brought acid rains on the planet. please thumbs up this answer.

Posted by Vinesh Katewa(student), on 4/8/12
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Venus has the densest  atmosphere  of all the terrestrial planets in the  Solar System , consisting of mostly  carbon dioxide so the green house effect is maxium  there therefore it is the hottest planet. 

Posted by Abhilash Durgam(student), on 6/9/12
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Venus has a thick atmosphere of pale, yellow clouds of carbon dioxide and sulfuric acid. The clouds and the gases in them (mostly the CO2) trap the heat and prevent it from escaping to space (The Greenhouse effect).This causes it to heat up to very high temperatures, higher than that of Mercury.Mercury on the other hand has no atmosphere to trap heat. So a lot of the incident radiation is reflected away and it doesn 't stay hot.For instance, if you step from the sunlit side to the dark side of Mercury, the temperature drops by about 600ï½C.Venus has a thick atmosphere of pale, yellow clouds of carbon dioxide and sulfuric acid. The clouds and the gases in them (mostly the CO2) trap the heat and prevent it from escaping to space (The Greenhouse effect).This causes it to heat up to very high temperatures, higher than that of Mercury.Mercury on the other hand has no atmosphere to trap heat. So a lot of the incident radiation is reflected away and it doesn 't stay hot.For instance, if you step from the sunlit side to the dark side of Mercury, the temperature drops by about 600ï½C.Venus has a thick atmosphere of pale, yellow clouds of carbon dioxide and sulfuric acid. The clouds and the gases in them (mostly the CO2) trap the heat and prevent it from escaping to space (The Greenhouse effect).This causes it to heat up to very high temperatures, higher than that of Mercury.Mercury on the other hand has no atmosphere to trap heat. So a lot of the incident radiation is reflected away and it doesn 't stay hot.For instance, if you step from the sunlit side to the dark side of Mercury, the temperature drops by about 600ï½C.Venus has a thick atmosphere of pale, yellow clouds of carbon dioxide and sulfuric acid. The clouds and the gases in them (mostly the CO2) trap the heat and prevent it from escaping to space (The Greenhouse effect).This causes it to heat up to very high temperatures, higher than that of Mercury.Mercury on the other hand has no atmosphere to trap heat. So a lot of the incident radiation is reflected away and it doesn 't stay hot.For instance, if you step from the sunlit side to the dark side of Mercury, the temperature drops by about 600ï½C.Venus has a thick atmosphere of pale, yellow clouds of carbon dioxide and sulfuric acid. The clouds and the gases in them (mostly the CO2) trap the heat and prevent it from escaping to space (The Greenhouse effect).This causes it to heat up to very high temperatures, higher than that of Mercury.Mercury on the other hand has no atmosphere to trap heat. So a lot of the incident radiation is reflected away and it doesn 't stay hot.For instance, if you step from the sunlit side to the dark side of Mercury, the temperature drops by about 600ï½C.Venus has a thick atmosphere of pale, yellow clouds of carbon dioxide and sulfuric acid. The clouds and the gases in them (mostly the CO2) trap the heat and prevent it from escaping to space (The Greenhouse effect).This causes it to heat up to very high temperatures, higher than that of Mercury.Mercury on the other hand has no atmosphere to trap heat. So a lot of the incident radiation is reflected away and it doesn 't stay hot.For instance, if you step from the sunlit side to the dark side of Mercury, the temperature drops by about 600ï½C.Venus has a thick atmosphere of pale, yellow clouds of carbon dioxide and sulfuric acid. The clouds and the gases in them (mostly the CO2) trap the heat and prevent it from escaping to space (The Greenhouse effect).This causes it to heat up to very high temperatures, higher than that of Mercury.Mercury on the other hand has no atmosphere to trap heat. So a lot of the incident radiation is reflected away and it doesn 't stay hot.For instance, if you step from the sunlit side to the dark side of Mercury, the temperature drops by about 600ï½C.Venus has a thick atmosphere of pale, yellow clouds of carbon dioxide and sulfuric acid. The clouds and the gases in them (mostly the CO2) trap the heat and prevent it from escaping to space (The Greenhouse effect).This causes it to heat up to very high temperatures, higher than that of Mercury.Mercury on the other hand has no atmosphere to trap heat. So a lot of the incident radiation is reflected away and it doesn 't stay hot.For instance, if you step from the sunlit side to the dark side of Mercury, the temperature drops by about 600ï½C.Venus has a thick atmosphere of pale, yellow clouds of carbon dioxide and sulfuric acid. The clouds and the gases in them (mostly the CO2) trap the heat and prevent it from escaping to space (The Greenhouse effect).This causes it to heat up to very high temperatures, higher than that of Mercury.Mercury on the other hand has no atmosphere to trap heat. So a lot of the incident radiation is reflected away and it doesn 't stay hot.For instance, if you step from the sunlit side to the dark side of Mercury, the temperature drops by about 600ï½C.Venus has a thick atmosphere of pale, yellow clouds of carbon dioxide and sulfuric acid. The clouds and the gases in them (mostly the CO2) trap the heat and prevent it from escaping to space (The Greenhouse effect).This causes it to heat up to very high temperatures, higher than that of Mercury.Mercury on the other hand has no atmosphere to trap heat. So a lot of the incident radiation is reflected away and it doesn 't stay hot.For instance, if you step from the sunlit side to the dark side of Mercury, the temperature drops by about 600ï½C.

Posted by Abhilash Durgam(student), on 30/9/13
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