Who was the first person on Saturn?
What happens if 2 gas giants collide?
The short answers are yes; almost like galaxies colliding; and eventually they could become one body with a ring system (like saturn) or a system of two new large bodies; and some gas would be lost outside the system.
What if Jupiter exploded?
There is literally nothing in the Universe that could cause Jupiter to “explode”. If it exploded, the energy from the explosion would throw the traditional outer and inner solar system planets into a free-for-all, sending the larger gas giants either towards the sun or flinging them out of the solar system altogether.
Can we explode Jupiter?
Jupiter and the other giant planets are made mostly of hydrogen. If there is no oxygen, then the explosion cannot take place. While the gas giants are made mostly of hydrogen, they have very little oxygen in their atmospheres.
Would Jupiter’s radiation kill you?
The problem comes in when you consider Europa’s location: firmly within the radiation belts of Jupiter. Io and Europa are bombarded with lethal amounts of radiation. If you landed Europa’s surface, the radiation dose would kill you—and anything else—within days.
Is there oxygen on Jupiter?
What are some of the gases on Jupiter? The gases include nitrogen, hydrogen, helium, methane, and ammonia. There is no oxygen on Jupiter like there is on Earth. The plants on Earth have made the oxygen that we breathe.
Can you walk on Jupiter?
There is no firm surface on Jupiter, so if you tried to stand on the planet, you sink down and be crushed by the intense pressure inside the planet. If you could stand on the surface of Jupiter, you would experience intense gravity. The gravity at Jupiter’s surface is 2.5 times the gravity on Earth.
Can you live in Jupiter?
A: Jupiter is a gas giant, which means it probably does not have a solid surface, and the gas it is made up of would be toxic for us. It is also very far from the sun (sunlight can take over an hour to get there) which means that is it very cold.
Could a human stand on Jupiter?
There is no surface to stand on Jupiter. > It is a huge gas bubble with a solid core deep inside.. You will go down the gas clouds and die soon. You can’t, it’s made of gas.
Could a human stand on Neptune?
Astronomers have calculated winds blasting across the surface of Neptune at 2,100 km/hour. Deep down inside Neptune, the planet might have an actual solid surface. In short, there is simply no way one could stand on the “surface of Neptune”, let alone walk around on it.
What food can grow on Mars?
MARTIAN GROWN VEGETABLES
- Garden cress.
Which planet can have life?
A 2015 review concluded that the exoplanets Kepler-62f, Kepler-186f and Kepler-442b were likely the best candidates for being potentially habitable. These are at a distance of 1,200, 490 and 1,120 light-years away, respectively.