A team of scientists at the Carnegie Institute for Science recently set out to discover how the planets in our solar system ended up in their current orientation. They were surprised when they found out there may have initially been another planet within our solar system.
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Venus, our neighboring planet of 25 million miles on its closest approach, is full of surprises. Having a similar mass, size, and proximity to the Sun, it’s often referred to as Earth’s “Sister Planet.” However, the terrain and atmosphere are vastly different, having 92 times the atmospheric pressure of that present on Earth, large slab-like rocks, and mountain-like structures throughout the planet.