Venus has clouds made of sulfuric acid. Its atmosphere is made of mostly carbon dioxide, and its proximity to the sun makes it too hot to sustain human life.
Venus has a thick and extremely toxic atmosphere that is hot enough to melt lead. It's about 67 million miles from the sun, and a year on Venus is equal to 225 days on Earth. Below Venus's sulfuric acid clouds, the planet is covered in mountains and live volcanoes.
Venus spins in the opposite direction of the other planets in the solar system and is one of the brightest objects in the sky. It can be seen with the naked eye and is found near the sun.