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What is Venus clouds made up of?





A. Water vapor
B. Hydrogen
C. Sulphuric acid
D. Helium

This question is part of Test Your knowledge of Venus!
Asked by Mandareneesmith, Last updated: Aug 03, 2020

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E. Barnes

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E. Barnes, Professional Gamer, Professional Gamer, Washington

Answered Apr 04, 2019

The answer to this is C. Venus may be known as the brightest planet but it will not be the most pleasant planet to live in. The planet has a lot of active volcanoes and the greenhouse effect is massive. People would just need to take in one breath and that will be enough to kill them.

It is not a surprise that even the clouds of Venus are made with sulfur dioxide and sulfuric acid. The main reason why the planet is very bright is due to the sunlight that it will reflect. The clouds are opaque unlike the clouds that can be seen here on earth that can still be considered as translucent.

 

mandareneesmith

Mandareneesmith

Answered Jun 06, 2018

Sulphuric acid
 

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