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  • Erik Ferguson

    Amazing pic of Venus taken by Magellan spacecraft using imaging radar. So cool.

  • Howard Coles

    Venus From Outer Space | ... themes, space crafts, outer space planets, preschool outer space

  • Joyce Morse

    Venus - Computer Simulated Global View | Flickr - NASA Goddard Space

  • Sabrina Crane

    Space...the final frontier. And some pretty nifty photos

  • Lindsay Bain

    Venus pinned with Bazaart pinned with Bazaart pinned with Bazaart pinned with Bazaart pinned with Bazaart

  • Jerri Oyama

    Venus - 2nd planet from the sun; third smallest planet; orbit = 224.7 Earth days, rotates (clockwise, unlike the other planets) once ever 243 Earth days; no moons; brightest natural object in the night sky after the moon.

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Colorful VenusCredit: NASA/JPL/USGS This hemispheric view of Venus was created using more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in the 1990-1994 Magellan mission, and is centered on the planet's North Pole. The Magellan spacecraft imaged more than 98 percent of Venus and a mosaic of the Magellan images forms the image base.

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Cloudy Venus Credit: NASA A thick blanket of clouds obscures Venus' surface. The Pioneer Venus orbiter snapped this image in 1979.