Proximity to the sun is what makes Venus remain molten

05/30/2013 | Space.com

Japanese scientists say Venus has remained a hot, molten planet because it evolved so close to the sun. The sun sapped the water from Venus' atmosphere, preventing it from exiting its molten stage like Earth did. Researchers say the information will help them as they evaluate the surfaces of other exoplanets.

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