Venus has the hottest average temperature of over 460˚C. The intense heat is due to both its close proximity to the sun and because of the thick clouds of carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide that trap the heat in a greenhouse effect. The other planets either have no atmosphere to trap the heat, or they are gas planets that give off more heat than they receive.
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