What is the hottest planet in the solar system?

Question – What is the hottest planet in the solar system?

Answer: The hottest planet in the solar system is Venus.

Venus has a temperature of 860 degrees Fahrenheit (460 degrees Celsius) and it’s almost like being on fire, hence its name.
The surface of Venus is made up of clouds that make up 96% of the atmosphere, while 4% is composed mainly of carbon dioxide.

The weather on Venus’ surface can change very quickly; it could be warm and sunny one minute, then the next minute, you’re shivering because it’s cold as ice. The reason for this is two things: There isn’t much gravity at all on Venus (0.3 Earths), so when you jump into the air, you don’t fall to your death as you would do here on Earth; Instead, you float upward until gravity takes over again and brings you back down to ground level.

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