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Jan 27, 2021

[Answer] Which planet in our solar system is the closest to Earth in size?

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...1. Mars 2. Uranus 3. Venus 4. Neptune




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Venus - Although Mars may one day prove home to Earthlings, it's actually quite a bit smaller than Earth - size-wise, our planetary twin is Venus. The two planets are nearly identical in size and mass, with Venus measuring at about 0.95 the size of Earth. Despite that similarity, Venus remains quite different from Earth - Venus has the longest day of any planet in our solar system (243 Earth days), and Venus and Uranus are the only two planets that spin from east to west. Unfortunately for us, Venus is off the table as a potential second home for humans - while Venus and Earth are similar in size and are both terrestrial planets (made of rock), Venus's atmosphere is essentially a boiling mass of poisonous gases. :


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