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Venus: Evident Remains of 7 Continents

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December 13, 2012 in Science


Venus 500 million years ago was an earth-like planet

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The evident remains of the seven major continents can be seen from differences in elevation

Reason for flipping map upside down:

“The axial tilt of Venus is 177.3°. That’s a bit of a confusing number, so let’s figure out what’s going on here. Compare this number to the Earth’s axial tilt of 23.5°.

A full circle is 360°. Half a circle is 180°. So if you subtract 177.3° from 180°, you get 2.7°. In other words, Venus is actually only tilted away from the plane of the ecliptic by only 2.7°. Venus is actually completely upside down – almost perfectly upside down.

In fact, Venus is the only planet in the Solar System that rotates backwards compared to the other planets.”

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2 responses to Venus: Evident Remains of 7 Continents

  1. It doesn’t look the same to me.

    • Of course it’s not exactly the same but the remnants of continents are apparent. Venus was an Earth-like planet over half a billion years ago so what you see is after a very long time of extreme erosion, the cataclysms that took place and how Venus has compressed by around 400 miles since it was an Earth.

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