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  • 1. Venus: The Veiled Planet! By: Dustin Wood Laken Pardue Justin Shepherd
  • 2. Who Discovered Venus?
    • Pythagoras discovered Venus, 6 th century B.C.
    • Copernicus discovered that Venus was a planet in the early 1500’s.
    • Galileo correctly described this planet.
    • (As seen by the unaided eye.)
  • 3. Appearance
    • Venus has no rings.
    • The air on Venus is clear.
    • The sky is red and is always covered by a dense haze.
    • Venus appears to be similar to a heavily overcast day on Earth.
    • You can never see the sun or the stars on Venus.
  • 4. Distances
    • Venus is the second planet from the sun.
    • Venus’ aphelion is 0.73 AU, (Maximum) distance from the sun.
    • Venus’ perihelion is 0.72 AU, (Minimum) distance from the sun.
    • Venus is 0.27 AU from the earth, (that is 40 million km!)
    • (AU stands for Astronomical Unit(s)
  • 5. Planet Measurements
    • Venus’ mass is 4.868*1024 kg.
    • Venus’ volume is 9.83*1011km^3.
    • Venus’ equatorial circumference is 12,104 km.
    • Venus’ mean density is 5.25 (gm/cm^3)
    • Venus’ gravity is 85% of the gravity on Earth.
    • If you weighed 100 lbs. on Earth you would weigh 90.7 lbs on Venus.
  • 6. Attractions
  • 7. Life-Forms
    • On Venus there are many beautiful and unique creatures that are awaiting your arrival!
  • 8. Real Estate
    • On Venus we offer a wide range of futuristic homes.
    • There are many different styles of homes to fit different budgets and different taste.
    • One thing that differs on Venus than on Earth is that instead of 1 or 2 acres per home, Each home’s price includes a minimum of 12 acres.
    • We highly suggest that you call our local real-estate agent, Bobki Oona at 123-556-8879 to obtain information on our properties.
    • (On the next slide we will show you some of or most sought after homes.)
  • 9. Indoor Pool! Water Front! Private Drive! 22 Acres 8000 Sq. Ft.
  • 10. Transportation to Venus
    • To get to this spectacular planet you must take a ‘Space Elevator’.
    • Cost for this elevator is $25.00
    • We suggest that you do not get on the space elevator if:
    • -You experience heart problems
    • -You are pregnant
    • -You have high blood pressure
    • -You have a high risk of stroke
  • 11. Ways to get around.
    • Venus has many “unique” ways to get around. I’m sure you’ll find them all very stylish. (:
  • 12. Stores (:
    • Here on Venus, we offer a wide variety of premium clothing stores, at a VERY reasonable price!
    • All clothes are:
      • Hand Crafted
      • Under $5.00
      • Made of Premium Quality
  • 13. Fun Facts
    • A year on Venus is about 255 days long.
    • One Venus day is 243 Earth days.
    • Venus is the only planet to be named after a female figure.
    • Venus is the sixth largest planet.
    • Venus does not have a moon.
    • Venus is hotter than Mercury (which is the closest planet to the sun).
  • 14. Works Cited