Venus, the goddess of love.
The second planet out from the sun is practically a twin of Earth
- our sister planet is nearly identical in many ways, including size, gravity and a thick atmosphere.
Usually the brightest star in the sky, and can often be viewed during daylight hours
- but because it between us and the sun, it is either a morning star or an evening star.
Thus, Venus is never far from the Sun, in the sky (from our perspective).
Venus has no moons, but she does have a very dense atmosphere, however - somewhere between our air and our water
- the slightest breeze might knock you down, crack open yer space helmet
and subject you to the poisonous atmosphere and extreme heat
one has come to expect from a world so close to an extreme source of radiation.
You might last a couple of minutes, but you wouldn't enjoy it.