Venus vs Triton (How Are They Different?)

The main differences between Venus and Triton are that Venus is a planet whilst Triton is a natural satellite, Venus is far bigger with a diameter of 12,104km whilst Triton has a diameter of 2,706km, Venus is both the hottest and brightest celestial body in our solar system whilst Triton is neither and Triton orbits … Read more

Venus vs Io (How Are They Different?)

The main differences between Venus and Io is that Venus is the hottest planet in our solar system whilst Io is the most volcanically activate entity in our solar system, Venus is the 6th largest planet with a diameter of 12,104km whilst Io is the 4th largest moon with a diameter of 3,643 km and … Read more

Venus vs Charon (How Are They Different?)

The main differences between Venus and Charon is that Venus is the second largest terrestrial planet in our solar system at 12,104km, the brightest entity and hottest planet in our solar system whilst Charon is Pluto’s largest moon, a low density terrestrial object and is the joint 9th farthest Planet from the Sun whilst Venus … Read more

Venus vs Europa (How Are They Different?)

The main differences between Venus and Europa is that Venus is the hottest and brightest planet in our solar system and the 6th biggest planet whereas Europa is the most luminous moon in our solar system, orbits Jupiter and is the 6th largest moon in our solar system to boot. There are a variety of … Read more

Venus vs Ganymede (How Are They Different?)

The main differences between Venus and Ganymede is that Venus is a terrestrial planet that orbits the Sun whilst Ganymede is a natural satellite that orbits Jupiter, Venus’ day is 243 days in length whilst a Ganymede day is 7 days and Ganymede is the biggest moon in our solar system whilst Venus is the … Read more

Earth vs Venus (How Are They Different?)

The main differences between Earth and Venus would be that Venus is both the brightest and hottest terrestrial planet in our solar system whilst Earth is the only terrestrial planet with intelligent life, a day on Earth is 24 hours whilst Venus completes a full rotation in 243 days, Venus takes 225 days to orbit … Read more

Venus vs The Moon (How Are They Different?)

The main differences between Venus and the Moon is that Venus is a terrestrial planet whilst the Moon is a natural satellite that orbits Earth, Venus has a far thicker atmosphere over the Moon’s non-existent atmosphere, Venus is the hottest and brightest planet in our solar system and is roughly 3.5 times the size of … Read more

Sun vs Venus (How Do They Differ?)

The main differences between the two is that the Sun is a yellow dwarf star whilst Venus is simply a terrestrial planet that orbits the Sun. As a result it is much smaller with a diameter of 12,104km compared to the Sun’s 1.39 million km, it cannot produce light and energy via nuclear fusion like … Read more