How 'Earth's twin' Venus turned hellish after losing water

Scientists may have found a chemical that drained Venus of its water and made it an arid, hellish planet.  

Venus is known as "Earth's twin" since both are rocky planets in the inner solar system with similar sizes and densities.   

In many important respects, Venus is unlike Earth.   

Our planet is alive, but Venus, the second planet from the sun, is hell.   

This planet is the hottest in the solar system, hotter than Mercury, which is nearest to the sun, at 880 degrees Fahrenheit (471 degrees Celsius). Lead melts at that heat.   

Venus also possesses terrifying surface pressures.  

Venus lacks water, a vital life-sustaining element on Earth. This is despite Venus being in the sun's "Goldilocks Zone"—the zone around our star that is neither too..... nor too cold to support liquid water—and scientists' knowledge that Venus probably had water.  

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