What is the radius of Venus?

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What is the radius of Venus?

Venus:

Venus is one of the terrestrial planets, like Mercury, Earth, and Mars. Venus is the second planet from the Sun in our solar system, located approximately 67.24 million miles from the Sun.

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Venus has a radius of approximately 3,760 miles, which is the equivalent of 6,052 kilometers. Unlike Earth, Venus has the same equatorial radius as...

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Inner Planets of the Solar System: Mercury, Venus, Earth & Mars

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