what are the oxygen level in different planets ?
- Mike GLv 72 months ago
Look it up yourself - we aren't your slaves.
- PaulaLv 72 months ago
Earth -- about 20% oxygen
all other planets and moons -- oxygen about 0%
- CliveLv 72 months ago
It varies a lot. Why can't you google it?
- nineteenthlyLv 72 months ago
There is hardly any free oxygen anywhere but here.
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- Jeffrey KLv 62 months ago
Oxygen is a very highly reactive gas. It can't stay in an atmosphere long unless something is constantly producing it, like life. So Earth is the only planet or moon or body with any oxygen.
- 2 months ago
Near enough to zero, except on Earth.
- az_lenderLv 72 months ago
Other than earth, the planets that have oxygen (Mars, Venus) have it in the form of CO2 and/or water. Not oxygen you could breathe. The giant planets' atmospheres are more hydrogen, helium, and hydrocarbons.
- Ronald 7Lv 72 months ago
There are Various amounts on Various Planets
Mercury has actually a very thin Atmosphere of Oxygen
As has Jupiter's moon Europa
Trace amounts elsewhere, even on AsteroidsSource(s): Mercury in true Colour from Messenger
- billrussell42Lv 72 months ago
there is no free oxygen in any of the planets in our solar system.