Thermodynamic parameters of the atmosphere of the planet Venus (pressure, temperature, density) are very different from the same parameters of the Earth’s atmosphere. Is this related to the proximity of Venus to the Sun?
Venus is located 1.5 times closer to the Sun than the Earth, as a result of which, given its slightly smaller size, it receives 2 times more solar energy. The albedo of Venus is approximately 2 times the albedo of the Earth, which is associated with a continuous cloud cover. Obviously, Venus receives almost as much energy from the Sun as the Earth, so its proximity to the Sun is not a determining factor for the values of the thermodynamic parameters of its atmosphere.
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