Why is Venus So Hot? – We Asked a NASA Scientist


Why is Venus so hot?

The planet’s thick CO2-filled atmosphere is great at trapping heat. This creates a runaway greenhouse effect that makes Venus roughly 700°F (389°C) hotter than it would be otherwise. @NASAJPL’s Dr. Amy Hofmann provides all the sizzling details.

Explore more about Earth’s closest planetary neighbor: https://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/venus/overview/#:~:text=Venus%27%20thick%20atmosphere%20traps%20heat,be%20without%20a%20greenhouse%20effect

Producers: Scott Bednar, Jessica Wilde
Editor: Daniel Salazar

Credit: NASA

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