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Other factors being equal, planetary temperature (measured on an absolute scale e.g. Kelvin) falls with the square root of distance from the sun. With a semi-major axis of 0.723 AU, we would expect Venus to have an average planetary temperature about 1/0.85 that of Earth’s 288 K: 339 K or about 66°C or 150°F. Since surface temperature is largely regulated ...


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