Venus completes an orbit around the Sun in 224.7 days, compared to Earth's 365.25 days. Because Venus is closer to the Sun than Earth, Venus orbits the Sun faster.
The axial tilt of Venus is almost 0 degrees, and unlike other planets, it rotates clockwise as seen from the top of the planet. Other planets in the solar system rotate counter-clockwise.The orbit of Venus around the Sun is circular, which means that Venus does not experience seasons like other planets. Because of this circular orbit and a thick, carbon dioxide atmosphere that traps heat, the temperature on Venus remains at 862 degrees Fahrenheit.