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Did You Think Than All Humans Beings Can Lived In Another Planets Like, Venus, Saturn, Jupiter, Neptune, Mars, Etc Etc Etc??

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  • 3 months ago

    Jupiter and Saturn aren't actually planets, but gas balls, protostars. Some of their moons may be habitable in completely self-contained environments, as is true of all known extraterrestrial bodies.

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  • Retief
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    3 months ago

    "can lived in" - no even humans don't live IN the Earth.

    And we could live ON those planets given enough shelter, power, and resources.

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  • 3 months ago

    Trying to lived in other planets is not generally advisable. 

    Trying to live on other planets is a different story.

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  • Clive
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    3 months ago

    Obviously not....

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  • 3 months ago

    No. None of those planets are habitable.

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  • Tom S
    Lv 7
    3 months ago

    Formulate coherent questions please.

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  • 3 months ago

    Nope.

    And I am dumbfounded as to why anyone would want to. If anyone liked solitude and masochism that much why not just lock yourself in your closet for the rest of your life, and save all the hassle and expense of futzing off into outer space?

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  • ?
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    3 months ago

    Nope. There is no other planet in our solar system with conditions conducive to life. Most of them, we dont even have technology capable of protecting us. All the outer planets are gas giants, so they dont even have a surface we could establish a base on. There might be a relatively small heavy metal core.at the centre, but we dont know for sure, and the gravity and atmospheric pressure would be too intense for humans to survive. Mars is at least traversible, although with less gravity and a thin, almost non existent atmosphere. We could move around in protective suits, but we'd have to bring absolutely everything we'd need to survive with us. Venus is an unsurvivable hellscape with an atmospheric pressure 90 times that of earth and average temperatures approaching 900 degrees Fahrenheit, hot enough to melt tin. Mercury is tidally locked to the sun, so one sidr always faces the sun ad is constantly being bombarded by solar rays, while the othrr suee faces away and is perpetually cold.

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  • Anonymous
    3 months ago

    The only planet that has a remotely acceptable climate for us to live on is Mars. But that could only be possible in the very distant future with mass technological advances bring made. The other planets are too close to/far from the sun and their climates are way too harsh for us. There are extreme winds (faster than any recorded on earth) and uninhabitable temperatures. The gravitational pulls are also totally different, we would be too heavy on a planet like Jupiter to even be able to stand up for long, we would need incredible strength. Not mention the distinct lack of oxygen and presence of noxious gasses on these planets would kill us without a way to maintain an oxygen supply.

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  • Zirp
    Lv 7
    3 months ago

    Questions have to be in English, and to not be about the answerer.

    Humans on Mars can survive in pressurised cabins for a while. Venus and Mercury are too hot. Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune are too cold and the gravity would crush us

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