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It takes 225 earth days for Venus to orbit around the sun, but it takes 243 days for it to rotate once on its own.

Space never ceases to amase me.
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#3
If you step onto venus you will be crushed to a pulp because the atmosphere is like 20 times the pressure than of earth...
#4
It's also mostly covered by rivers of lava. The average temperature is 463,8 degrees Celsius.

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sloth is hacking away feebly at the grass because he is a sloth but he was trying so hard ;_; hes all "penguin im HERE i am here to help you penguin"
#6
Also, while doing this research... Venus is hotter than Mercury, and yet it's twice as far away from the sun.
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sloth is hacking away feebly at the grass because he is a sloth but he was trying so hard ;_; hes all "penguin im HERE i am here to help you penguin"
#7
Quote by Dirge Humani
Not to mention the extremely high temperatures and toxic atmosphere...


Of course....
Venus is a better place to live than Birmingham though...
#8
Quote by Dirge Humani
Get this:

Pluto isn't a planet anymore!


i know, Plutos a ****ing sellout

Uranus kept it real
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#9
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Get this:

Pluto isn't a planet anymore!


Get this, right... Mars isn't actually red...it's sort of rusty-brown.


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#11
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If you step onto venus you will be crushed to a pulp because the atmosphere is like 20 times the pressure than of earth...

ronnie coleman wouldnt!
#12
has anyone ever thought about how outside our solar system, there could be a planets with completely differnet laws of physics, completely different chemical build up, completely different senses, stuff that we could never comprehend? i get lost thinking about this stuff all the time
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#13
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The inhabitants are called women.


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#14
But arn't women from venus?

damn too slow - edit
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#15
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has anyone ever thought about how outside our solar system, there could be a planets with completely differnet laws of physics, completely different chemical build up, completely different senses, stuff that we could never comprehend? i get lost thinking about this stuff all the time

only when im bbaked
#16
Quote by Dirge Humani
Get this:

Pluto isn't a planet anymore!


I felt so bad for Pluto when I found out. It's like the little engine that could...except...it just couldn't go on.

Poor Pluto.
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#17
It also spins anti clockwise while every other planet in our solar system spins clock wise.


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#18
doesn't venus have a gas atmosphere, as in, if you step on it, your stepping on gas? i remember hearing that somewhere and dismissing it as bullshit.
#19
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has anyone ever thought about how outside our solar system, there could be a planets with completely differnet laws of physics, completely different chemical build up, completely different senses, stuff that we could never comprehend? i get lost thinking about this stuff all the time



humans that have leaves and dont need to eat

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#20
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has anyone ever thought about how outside our solar system, there could be a planets with completely differnet laws of physics, completely different chemical build up, completely different senses, stuff that we could never comprehend? i get lost thinking about this stuff all the time


You should take a look at my Parallel Universes Exist thread. It's hanging about somewhere...
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#21
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real life dragons


Sorry man, thats never gonna happen.


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#22
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I felt so bad for Pluto when I found out. It's like the little engine that could...except...it just couldn't go on.

Poor Pluto.




i would sig that but it probably won't fit
#24
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It's also mostly covered by rivers of lava. The average temperature is 463,8 degrees Celsius.

0_0


It must be covered in metamorphic rocks... ooooh...
#25
Quote by DR_SH
Whats the deal with pluto now days then?


It was decided that since it was just a rather large mass of ice, it's not good enough to be a planet.

All the other planets were making fun of it. Being so cold is not socially advantageous.

But actually there were new outlines for the definition of a planet agreed upon in 2006, and Pluto didn't fit into the last- "it must have cleared the neighbourhood around its orbit," since its mass was only 0.07 times that of the mass of the other objects in its orbit. It was further resolved that Pluto be classified in the simultaneously created dwarf planet category, and that it act as prototype for a yet-to-be-named category of trans-Neptunian objects, in which it would be separately, but concurrently, classified.
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#26
Quote by Child In Time
It was decided that since it was just a rather large mass of ice, it's not good enough to be a planet.

All the other planets were making fun of it. Being so cold is not socially advantageous.



so what are they calling it now then?
#27
In the last paragraph of my post it says that it's going into "a yet-to-be-named category of trans-Neptunian".


So, er....they don't know.
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#28
Quote by Spitz13
doesn't venus have a gas atmosphere, as in, if you step on it, your stepping on gas? i remember hearing that somewhere and dismissing it as bullshit.


Umm that's what an atmosphere is. Gas. But obviously if you stepped on it you'd land on the solid surface. Though you wouldn't know it because you'd be a little bit dead.
#29
Umm that's what an atmosphere is. Gas. But obviously if you stepped on it you'd land on the solid surface. Though you wouldn't know it because you'd be a little bit dead.


yea i remember hearing it in 5th grade, a teacher that said the WHOLE planet was gas, she used the example, if you stepped on it, you would sink as if it were a cloud, i call bs, and never believed it, but never got it confirmed, i guess i understood it wrong, or she had no clue wtf she was talking about.
#30
Quote by Spitz13
yea i remember hearing it in 5th grade, a teacher that said the WHOLE planet was gas, she used the example, if you stepped on it, you would sink as if it were a cloud, i call bs, and never believed it, but never got it confirmed, i guess i understood it wrong, or she had no clue wtf she was talking about.


Venus is mainly solid. Only the Jovian planets - Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune - are gas.
#32
Quote by .smudged.
^ So you can fly through them?


You would get crushed to a pulp by the immense pressure pretty quickly.
#33
oh yeah it was jupiter she was talking about, so in theory if you were so strong it couldn't crush you, you could fly through the planet? whats holding it together if gas dosent have a gravitational pull.
#34
Quote by Spitz13
oh yeah it was jupiter she was talking about, so in theory if you were so strong it couldn't crush you, you could fly through the planet? whats holding it together if gas dosent have a gravitational pull.


They speculate that Jupiter might have a dense, rocky core that's larger than the Earth in size.
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sloth is hacking away feebly at the grass because he is a sloth but he was trying so hard ;_; hes all "penguin im HERE i am here to help you penguin"
#35
Quote by Spitz13
oh yeah it was jupiter she was talking about, so in theory if you were so strong it couldn't crush you, you could fly through the planet? whats holding it together if gas dosent have a gravitational pull.


?
Gas is still molecules, still mass, with a gravitational pull.
#36
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Gas is still molecules, still mass, with a gravitational pull.


wait so, if a whole bunch of lets say water was dumped into space, would it like get together form a sphere, and have a gravitational pull and just be like a giant blob of water that orbits the earth? lol, this is fun to think about.. (btw im a nube at this kinda stuff thats why i thought gas wouldn't have gravity..)
#38
Quote by Spitz13
wait so, if a whole bunch of lets say water was dumped into space, would it like get together form a sphere, and have a gravitational pull and just be like a giant blob of water that orbits the earth? lol, this is fun to think about.. (btw im a nube at this kinda stuff thats why i thought gas wouldn't have gravity..)


I guess it could - but it's more likely to be pulled towards some other massive body.
#39
Quote by Spitz13
wait so, if a whole bunch of lets say water was dumped into space, would it like get together form a sphere, and have a gravitational pull and just be like a giant blob of water that orbits the earth?


Yes.
#40
Quote by Spitz13
wait so, if a whole bunch of lets say water was dumped into space, would it like get together form a sphere, and have a gravitational pull and just be like a giant blob of water that orbits the earth? lol, this is fun to think about.. (btw im a nube at this kinda stuff thats why i thought gas wouldn't have gravity..)



It would probably freeze, then fall back to earth and kill us all.....


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