If you could choose any planet to live on, which would it be?

I would like to live on Neptune because it's such a nice colour.

It is so beautiful.

Don't forget that Earth is a great planet except Climate Change is tearing our world up.

I also like Jupiter because it is a lovely orange honeycomb colour.

I also like it because it is a really big planet so there is more space.

We would not be able to live on these planets because the tempertures are to low and the weather is very bad.

Now its your chance.

Do you agree with me?

If you don't agree, what planets do you like and why?

Please can you write a comment down below.

Comments (9)

  • tom Tom @ the BNC
    28 Nov 2019

    This is interesting because some planets are not habitable -and not just because of the temperature, but more about what they're made of. Can anyone find out which ones I might be talking about?

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    1. Michael-Faraday-logo-250x250.jpg memorable_orchard | Michael Faraday School
      Tom @ the BNC's comment 29 Nov 2019

      I've done research and I couldn't find the exact thing you were talking about, but I found similar things:

      I was thinking about planets with toxic gases the most common ones are: carbon monoxide (these are mainly produced by cars), Chlorine (this is mainly found in swimming pools), and many more. In 2011, carbon monoxide has been discovered on Pluto. Even if Pluto was habitable the temperatures would either be too hot - 223 degrees Celcius- or too cold (-223 Celcius).

      However in your question you may not be talking about the gases the planet they're made of, but the material they are made of. Meaning, Jupiter and Saturn would both be inhabitable as they are both Gas Giants.

      Thank you for reading, and I hope that I answered your question.

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      1. tom Tom @ the BNC
        memorable_orchard's comment 02 Dec 2019

        Good research - yes, some planets are made of gas therefore making them incredibly tricky to settle on!

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  • Hillyfield School logo content_currency | Hillyfield Primary Academy
    28 Nov 2019

    I think it would be mars or jupiter because you can live there for max 2 minutes but others or seriously dangerous

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  • The Sherwood School logical_drum | The Sherwood School
    28 Nov 2019

    earth because that is the only planet you can live on

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  • Hillyfield School logo genuine_engineer | Hillyfield Primary Academy
    28 Nov 2019

    Planets aren't just good to live on because of their colour

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  • Ben-Jonson-logo-250x250.jpg fierce_octopus | Ben Jonson Primary School
    01 Dec 2019

    I would like to live on Jupiter because it's big and beautiful and it has a nice colour but I would like to stay away from the storm.

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    1. tom Tom @ the BNC
      fierce_octopus's comment 02 Dec 2019

      Would there be a way to live in Jupiter, given what it is made of?

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      1. Michael-Faraday-logo-250x250.jpg memorable_orchard | Michael Faraday School
        Tom @ the BNC's comment 02 Dec 2019

        Even though this question isn't for me, I'd like to answer it.

        According to Google, Jupiter is mainly composed of hydrogen, helium, water, methane and ammonia. Within these elements, there is a hazardous element: helium. As on-toxic, as it is, helium can displace oxygen air levels to where it can support life. It is similar to an asphyxiant. If you inhale heavy amounts of helium, it can cause these symptoms: dizziness, nausea, vomiting, unconsciousness and death. Methane is quite similar to helium and if it is had in large quantities its can displace oxygen levels.

        Overall, most of them are toxic to our breathing and we do it for most of our lives. Thank you for reading my reasons of why Jupiter is inhabitable.

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