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    All stupid planets rotate anti-clockwise.
    Venus-icon.png Venusball
    Get back into orbit,pipsqueak!
    — Mr.Spherical Mr Spherical.icon.png

    Venusball is the 2nd planet in the solar system. It is one of the main targets of USA-icon.png USAball's probes and sides with Mercury-icon.png Mercuryball as they both have no moonballs, a feature commonly made fun of by the Jupiter-icon.png Saturn-icon.png Uranus-icon.png Neptune-icon.png Planet Nine-icon.png outer planetballs. However, some say that it used to be the owner of Moon-icon.png Moonball until an impact with a large object caused it to be launched towards Earth-icon.png Earthball. But this is probably not true.

    It is ~460,264,737 km² in surface area, with a slightly smaller diameter than Earth-icon.png Earthball.

    Though further from Sun-icon.png Sunball than Mercuryball, it is the hottest planetball because of clouds and atmosphere of greenhouse gasses. It was once believed to have 6-icon.png 6balls, but not anymore. Scientists believed Venus-icon.png Venusball was once much like Earth-icon.png its twin planetball, but due its to closeness to Sun-icon.png Sunball, they were all killed. Maybe they of move to Earth-icon.png Eartball. Because of these similarities, they believe Earth-icon.png Earthball will be more like Venus-icon.png Venusball in the future, if not worse. It is actually upside-down and has a retrograde rotation due to Venus-icon.png Venusball Anschlussing a Mars-icon.png Mars-sized protoplanetball head-on.


    Venusball's composition is very similar to Earth-icon.png Earthball's.


    Venus-icon.png Venusball has an extremely thick, carbon dioxide-dominated atmosphere. Clouds completely cover its surface, obscuring anyone's view of its surface. The clouds are very reflective, making Venusball one of the brightest objects in the night sky. Because of this, it is nicknamed "Morning Starball" or "Evening Starball," even though Venus-icon.png Venusball cannot into star.

    In September 2020, phosphine, a substance produced by Earth-icon.png Earthball's anaerobic life, was detected in the Venusian atmosphere, creating a strong chance for 6-icon.png 6balls to exist in its atmosphere, although nothing has been confirmed yet.

    Orbit - Rotation

    Venus rotates in the opposite direction of other planets. Along with Uranus-icon.png Uranusball, it has a retrograde rotation, which is the slowest rotation of any other planet, taking a period of 224.65 days to complete an orbit. It orbits the Sun at an average distance of about 0.72 AU. Perhaps another famous feature of Venusball is that its rotational period is longer than its year. 


    SPQR-icon.png SPQRball believed it to be a goddess of beauty, love, fertility, prosperity, sex, and desire. It was a symbol of Roman culture, art, and beauty.

    Other cultures and other civilizations with ties to the Romans would pick this up and it would be official later on.


    • Sun-icon.png Sunball: Yuo of needs to chill.
    • Earth-icon.png Earthball: Look, I know we're twins and all, BUT HOW DARE YUO OF STEAL MY MOONBALL! And stop calling me your "Evil Twin" for crying out loud, unless you of prove it.
    • 6-icon.png 6balls: Come back, plox!
    • Mercury-icon.png Mercuryball: We cannot into moonball! But I of still hotter than you.

    How to draw

    Drawing Venusball is of very easy:

    1. Draw a circle
    2. Fill with a colour from Venus's Atmosphere
    3. Add two eyes and you're finished
    4. You can also add a bow tie if yuo feeling' fancy.

    A real life photo of Venus for reference


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