There is a reason for this; Venus is the hottest planet in the whole solar system (around 460 degrees Celsius), despite being further away from the sun and having a remarkably similar composition to earth.
This is because it has a load of super reflective gas clouds on its surface made form none other than our good friend H2SO4 (sulphuric acid).
|You can see the cloud formations on Venus' surface.|
It has the densest atmosphere of any planet in the solar system, composed mainly of Carbon Dioxide.
It's also roughly the same size as earth.
It's named after the Roman Goddess of love and beauty.
Scientists think it used to have Earth-like seas before it got too hot.