Q  1    How is our atmosphere different from the atmospheres on Venus and Mars?

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H Harsh Kankaria

Earth's atmosphere is different from the atmosphere on Venus and Mars.

The major component of the atmosphere on Venus and Mars is found to be carbon dioxide constituting up to 95-97 \% of the atmosphere.

Whereas, the atmosphere of Earth is made of 79\% nitrogen and 20\% oxygen , with only a small fraction of carbon dioxide.