Contrasts the radical differences between Earth and the planets Venus and Mercury. Lessons for life on earth are presented.
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The narrator first states "the Venutian days are long ones: The amount of time from one sunrise to the next is about 8 Earth months," then later says "when it comes to the time it takes Mercury to spin on its own axis, the planet holds the record for being the slowest: Length of time, around 180 Earth days, about half a year." According to what he said earlier, Venus rotates slower, and is in fact the slowest rotating planet, as can be verified online. See more