This is Venus, the second planet from the sun and actually close enough to earth to cast a shadow.

However, beneath the thick clouds of carbon dioxide and sulfuric acid, the molten surface of Venus is scorching at 750 degrees F (400 degrees C). Despite having a similar mass, size, and density to Earth, Venus is strikingly different.

With atmospheric pressure 90 times greater than that on earth, massive episodes of planetary vulcanism, and a Venusian day (234 earth days) lasting longer than a Venusian year (225 earth days), Venus is not the ideal place for a vacation.