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  • 1. Researched by Corynn, Owen and Andrew Team Earth Presents Visitation Venus
  • 2. Location
    • Venus’s location is the 2 nd planet from the Sun.
    • It is 67,000,000 miles from the Sun.
    • The distance from us and Venus is 26,000,000-160,000,000 miles.
  • 3. Composition
    • Venus has a very cloudy atmosphere.
    • It is made of rock. and 96% CO 2.
    • It has volcanoes that are active pancake domes and craters.
  • 4. Unique Facts
    • Did you know that Venus is Roman for Aphrodite the Roman Goddess of Love and Beauty?
    • Scientists discovered that the Mayan were afraid of Venus because they thought it brought bad news.
  • 5. Previous Missions
    • Only probes have been to Venus.
    • The closest they have been to Venus was 16 miles from the surface.
    • The probes that have visited Venus are Mariner 2, Venera 4, Venera 7, Venera 13,and Venera 14.
  • 6. Conclusion
    • We, as scientists have discovered that humans can’t live on Venus because it’s WAY too hot!
    • We hope you liked reading this.
    • We hoped you learned a lot about Venus!
  • 7. Robot Exploration
    • This is our robot we named it Violent Venuses Visitor VVV for short.
    • We put a lot of special parts on this robot.
    • First of all, we put these rockets on. The rockets help It move.
    • Then we have this sattelight. The sattelight lets VVV send and recive information. The puropice of VVV is to further explore Venus .Also there are 2 camras
  • 8. Mrs. Stone’s class –Andrew T. , Coroynn and Owen
  • 9. Bibliography
    • Sparrow, Giles. Destination Venus . 2010