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Venus

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  • 1. Venus by: eva muratovska VIIa
  • 2. About Venus…
    • Venus is the second planet from the Sun
    • The name comes from the Roman Godess of beauty and love
    • Venus is also called the Morning Star or the Evening Star
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  • 4. Interesting facts…
    • A younger Venus is believed to have possessed Earth-like oceans, but they disappeared ad the temperature rose
    • The planet has few impact craters, demonstrating that the surface is relatively young, approximately 300-600 million years
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  • 6. In culture…
    • As one of the brightest objects in the sky, Venus has been known since prehistoric times and as such has gained an entrenched position in human culture. It is described inBabylonian  texts such as the Venus tablet of Ammisaduqa, which relates observations that possibly date from 1600 BC. The Babylonians named the planet  Ishtar , the personification of womanhood, and goddess of love.
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  • 8. Why I like Venus the most…
    • I like Venus the most, because it represents love and how all people are beautiful. It shines the most and it is the most wonderful of all the other planets.

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