Venus, the planet that is the hardest to obtain information about, is the closest planet to Earth in the Solar system, but it is a planet with harsh conditions that we are looking for traces of life but cannot land on its surface due to the sulfuric acid in its atmosphere. The main reasons why the mysterious planet Venus is called twin with the Earth are shown to have the same mass, density and proximity to the sun. Although it is our second planet closest to the Sun after Mercury, it represents Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty in Roman mythology.