Why might Venus have the slow retrograde rotation that is observed?

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Why might Venus have the slow retrograde rotation that is observed?

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Venus is the planet which is second closest to the sun in the solar system. It has retrograde motion meaning that it moves in an opposite direction from all the other planets in the solar system.

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