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QUIZ: How much do you know about the planet Venus?

Scientists made a new discovery in the clouds of Venus recently…

THIS WEEK SCIENTISTS said the discovery of phosphine gas in the clouds of Venus could possibly indicate signs of life on the planet.

Let’s test how much you know about the second planet from the Sun…

What type of planet is it?
Terrestrial
Gas giant

Ice giant
True or false: Venus is the hottest planet in our solar system…
True
False
Which Roman goddess was the planet named after?
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The goddess of wisdom
The goddess of love and beauty

The goddess of fortune
The goddess of flowers and spring
How many moons does Venus have?
One
Two

17
None
Which State was first to land a spacecraft on Venus?
NASA
China
United States

Former Soviet Union
Japan
How long is a year on Venus in Earth days?
NASA
100 days
225 days

270 days
321 days
True or false: A day on Venus is longer than a year on Venus…
True
False
Is Venus bigger or smaller than Earth?
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Bigger
Smaller
What's the name of the highest mountain on Venus?
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Maxwell Montes
Sudrose Highlands

Antoise Pinnacle
le Mont du Gremart
Without scrolling back up to the top of the article, can you name the gas scientists recently discovered in the clouds of Venus?
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Pentane
Flourine

Phosphine
Propylene
Answer all the questions to see your result!
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Top Dog
Full marks, well done!
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Clever cat
Almost purrfect
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Fintastic
A decent job
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What are ewe doing?
Baaaaas
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Turtely awful
A shell of a bad effort
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