Reasons for excessive amount of Carbon Dioxide in the atmosphere of Venus

Thick atmosphere of Venus
Thick atmosphere of Venus. (Source: NASA)

The planet Venus is called the sister planet of Earth because it resembles the Earth in many ways but also different in many properties. The structure and size of the planet Venus are similar to the planet Earth. The difference lies in the temperature and composition of the atmosphere. The temperature of Venus is much larger than planet Earth and sufficient to melt lead. The atmosphere of Venus is so dense that the atmospheric pressure is 90 times the atmospheric pressure on Earth. The equivalent pressure on Earth exists in the oceans at the depth of 1 km. Continue reading “Reasons for excessive amount of Carbon Dioxide in the atmosphere of Venus”