*surprised face* oops, I didn't know it. It's ironic to think that when I was a child I believed Mars was bigger than Earth..."if Mars is as large as Venus "
It isn't. Nowhere close.
Mars' mass is 6.42 x 1023 kilograms, about 10 times less than Earth. This affects the force of gravity. Gravity on Mars is 38 percent of Earth's gravity,
Earth and Venus are quite similar. Mars about 1/10th either.
Thanks you too, I'm very suprised I really didn't think they were far from each other...It's not. Venus is about 81% the mass of Earth whereas Mars is only about 10% the mass of Earth.
Venus has a diameter of about 7500miles whereas Mars is only about 4200 miles.
I'm not very strong in this and I'm showing it with a series of error, but these mistakes are needed to us both to improve my knowledge and to make you stronger in this field (I really hope that). Anyways, the fact remains that Earth's atmosphere isn't as thick as that of Venus.
Maybe I have already answered myself previously...
Wow, it's wonderful. I'm really sorry for not being here but I passed hard (and bad) times. Thanks again.VS There you are. Two for the price of one. Simultaneously!