Were the Scorching Conditions on Venus Once Earth-Like?

Evidence suggests that the so called “habitable zone” changes as the Sun ages. Many years ago, Venus may have resembled Earth and been home to life. But as the sun aged and grew brighter, a runaway greenhouse effect turned Venus into the hottest planet in the solar system.

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