Is the mechanism of the greenhouse effect the same on the terrestrial planets and in greenhouses on Earth?

The atmospheres of the planets transmit solar radiation to their surfaces with only a slight attenuation. Surfaces, when heated, radiate in the infrared region, in which the atmospheres of Venus and Earth are almost completely opaque due to bands of water vapor and carbon dioxide. As a result, the surfaces are overheated and the radiation of the planets is shifted towards shorter wavelengths. On Earth, the greenhouse effect increases the planet’s temperature by about 50 K. On Venus, the greenhouse effect is much higher.
In terrestrial greenhouses, an increase in temperature is mainly due to the cessation of mixing of air with the surrounding atmosphere.

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