• Question: Which planet on our solar system would you live on?(Except from Earth)

    Asked by Paylor Crystal to William, Rebecca, Martyna, Callum, Alice, Adam on 8 Nov 2018.
    • Photo: Adam Berlie

      Adam Berlie answered on 8 Nov 2018:

      Definetly not Uranus! Can I go for a moon instead? In which case, it would have to Saturns moon, Titan since, although being ridiculously cold, it has an atmosphere (with no oxygen in it but hey) and it has ice on the surface. It is also believed to have seasons and instead of a water cycle, it has a methane cycle…I think.

    • Photo: Martyna Pastok

      Martyna Pastok answered on 9 Nov 2018:

      I would still live on earth but I would like to visit saturn and jupiter and observe their moons 🙂

    • Photo: William Glass

      William Glass answered on 9 Nov 2018: last edited 9 Nov 2018 2:00 pm

      Hmm I’ll go for Mars, we’ve already sent a rover there so I’m sure we can figure out a way of sending people there some day!

    • Photo: Callum McHugh

      Callum McHugh answered on 9 Nov 2018:

      I’d prefer to stay on earth and take vacations to other planets…..I reckon Saturn and Mars would be fun

    • Photo: Rebecca Roddan

      Rebecca Roddan answered on 12 Nov 2018:

      Probably none of them… they’d be too hot or too cold and you wouldn’t be able to go outside without a space suit. If I chose any, it would probably be Mars as it’s the closest to Earth and the conditions wouldn’t be too harsh.