Top 10 Best Planets in the Universe

The Top Ten
1 Earth

If you don't like earth, there is something wrong with you. Earth is so beautiful and is the only planet people can live in. It has air, oceans, mountains, such beautiful stuff!

It's not only because we live on it -- But it's the only planet that we currently know to be suitable to host life. So much of Earth is exact and precise and in such a good condition to host and continue successfully hosting life. No other planet that we know of is as perfect as Earth is, and even if we do find one, it probably still won't top our origin planet.

Sure, the other planets are neat to look at from a distance, but you'll be crushed the second you step on Jupiter or Saturn, burned to a crisp if you try to hang around Venus for more than a millisecond, and frozen like an ice cube if you linger around Neptune just a moment too long. They're neat, but not perfect. Earth is the closest thing we've yet found to planetary perfection.

2 Saturn Saturn is the 6th planet from the Sun, it is the second-largest and has the most moons. One year on Saturn is 29 Earth years (10,756 Earth days). Saturn is known for its rings. Saturn is a gas giant, so there is no solid surface on the planet. It is also almost 1 billion miles away from the Sun. The... read more

In my opinion, this is the second-best planet. As a gas giant and a giant planet, it is made of helium, hydrogen, has multiple moons, doesn't have a solid surface, has rings and is giant. It is nearby Jupiter, is the second-largest planet in the Solar System and is also known for its rings. It is in front of the ice giants.

Most ellegant and eye catching of the planets. Earth and Mars have their own distinctive beauty but Saturn, Saturn looks as though an artist were tasked with it's creation. I suppose it's all comes down to those rings.

3 Mars

Mars is one of the most bizarre planets out there. Unlike any other planet (Besides Earth), life can spring on Mars because of the frozen hydrogen/nitrogen. Scientists even said that in 30 years, trees will be successfully planted on Mars which will provide oxygen, and in 50 years, humans will be able to live on Mars. Let's just wish that the end of the world doesn't come in the next 50 years.

In my opinion, this is the third-best planet. As a terrestrial planet, it is made of rocks, has a solid surface, doesn't have rings, doesn't have many moons and is small. It is the last of the terrestrial planets, it may have had life 3.8 billion years ago and may have had a watery or icy surface making it have a moist atmosphere. It is in front of the giant planets.

4 Neptune

In my opinion, this is the fourth-best planet. As an ice giant and a giant planet, it is made of rock, ice, water, methane, ammonia, has multiple moons, doesn't have a solid surface, has rings and is giant. It is the planet that is next to Uranus, is the smallest and heaviest of the ice giants, is the farthest away from the Sun, being 4.5 billion kilometres and 2.8 billion miles away and is also the coldest planet, having temperatures of -218 degrees Celsius and -361 degrees Fahrenheit.

I looove Neptune the most in the whole entire universe And hahaha wow look at those 14 moons with names that I think are beautiful! You rock!

5 Jupiter

In my opinion, this is the fourth-worst planet. As a gas giant and a giant planet, it is made of helium, hydrogen, has multiple moons, doesn't have a solid surface, has rings and is giant. It is the largest gas giant, the largest giant planet and the largest planet in the Solar System. It is nearby the second-largest planet in the Solar System, Saturn.

I like Saturn but Jupiter is better. There was a post on some website saying that Saturn is the best planet. I completely disagree. Saturn may have better rings but Jupiter has better moons and more interesting stuff.

6 Uranus Uranus is the seventh planet from the Sun in our solar system. It was discovered by William Herschel in 1781, making it the first planet to be discovered with a telescope. Unique among the planets, Uranus has an axial tilt of about 98 degrees, causing it to rotate on its side. Composed mainly of hydrogen,... read more

Uranus was the best planet! The first planet that was discovered, and then ridiculed for it's name during it's whole existence. First, George and finally named Uranus. Many people are afraid to prounce Uranus' name the real way, because people will laugh. The poor planet has been through so much, tipped on it's side made peoplethink it was a silly planet. Uranus is the calmest planet in the solar system, not a cloud in the sky! And, it's brilliant and unique rings glow red when taken a photo of. Uranus gads around 27 moons, all named after Shakespearian characters, including Miranda, Oberon and Ariel. Uranus is such an underrated planet, more of a target for jokes and boringness. I call some books planet-racist because they give Uranus like, one page about it's name or lopsidedness, and the other planets get 5-10 or so. One reason I naturally love this planet is because my birth sign is Aquarius, with it's planet symbol as Uranus! AND, 7 is my favourite number, and Uranus is the seventh planet.

7 Venus Venus is the second planet from the Sun and the closest planetary neighbor to Earth. Known for its bright appearance in the sky, Venus is sometimes referred to as the "Evening Star" or the "Morning Star." The planet has a thick atmosphere primarily composed of carbon dioxide, leading to a greenhouse... read more

In my opinion, this is the second-worst planet. As a terrestrial planet, it is made of rocks, has a solid surface, doesn't have rings, doesn't have many moons and is small. It is the hottest planet, with a temperature of 464 degrees Celsius and 867 degrees Fahrenheit. This is because of the atmosphere being made of carbon dioxide and the planet has an endless amount of lava. It is a world of fire next to a world of water, Earth.

Venus: come for the scenery and promises of a floating city, stay for the acid rain and intense heat. What's not to like?

8 Mercury

In my opinion, this is the worst planet. As a terrestrial planet, it is made of rocks, has a solid surface, doesn't have rings, doesn't have many moons and is small. It is the smallest planet and the closest planet to the sun. It also orbits the sun in 88 days and 3 months. It is next to the hottest planet, Venus.

Believe it or not, Mercury has a realistic chance of being our solar system's largest dwarf planet because it's smaller than Saturn's moon Titan and wider than Pluto or Earth's moon.

Cool little speed demon. It orbits faster than it rotates and has a liquid iron core that takes up three quarters of the planet! How interesting is that!

9 Pluto

One of the world's most known rock in space. While some may believe it is not a planet, we all know deep inside that Pluto is the best.

Cutest planet. I know it's a dwarf planet, but don't judge by size people.

You guys are right you need to just stop love pluto!

10 Eris Eris is a dwarf planet located in the scattered disk, a region of the solar system beyond Neptune. It was discovered in 2005 by astronomer Mike Brown and his team, and its discovery led to a redefinition of what constitutes a planet, eventually resulting in the reclassification of Pluto as a dwarf planet... read more

Fun fact: If you lived on Eris then you would be dead before it could even orbit the Sun! What a snail planet.

I just did a research project on this dwarf planet, it is my favourite!

I don't know what planet it is but it sounds cool.

The Contenders
11 Planet X

Not sure if it really exists... if we can see planets thousands of light years away, why can't we see one that's supposedly right in our own solar system?

There is a "Planet X" altrough its about 800 lightyears away from our stellar system
Its called TrES-2b and It's the darkest planet we know of. It glows red since its surface is full of lava

This was believed to kill us all in 2012, but good thing it doesn't exist after all.

12 51 Pegasi

This planet is not in our solar system, and was the first plaet discovered not orbiting our sun.

The first planet discovered outside our solar system, 51 Pegasi has it's place in our understanding of the universe and deserves to be thought of in the top ten

51 Pegasi B was the first exoplanet discovered orbiting a main sequence star, which is what our sun is. It is also tied with 2 other planets to be the windiest planet discovered. It's larger than Jupiter.

13 Sedna

Sedna is so lonely! It is known for it's very elliptical orbit and to be one of the coldest objects in our solar system.

This is the planet farthest from our solar system.

Sedna takes about 11,408 Years to orbit the Sun.

14 Kepler-22b

How the hell is it all the way down here?! The most likely source of extraterrestrial life gets 0.6% of the vote?! What the hell?!

Yeah, I would love to be on a planet named by smashing your head into a keyboard.

This makes the sun look like a grain of rice on a moutain of rice!

15 Haumea

Beyond Neptune's orbit, this dwarf planet is shaped like an egg, and it's temperatures reach below 400 degrees Fahrenheit!

I like the funny flat egg because the Haumea is funny!

16 Makemake
17 Proxima Centauri b

It's the nearest exoplanet to us, but we wouldn't want to live in it because it's bathed in violent stellar radiation from its star Proxima Centauri, making it uninhabitable.

Since the Earth is being trashed by some stupid mammals, we'll need a replacement.

It is known as the most earth-like planet and was founded on a day on August 2016, people say that you can live on it and alien life is on the planet

18 Ceres

Ceres is the smallest planet (actually dwarf planet) in the Solar System and the only one in the asteroid belt.

Suffered worse than Pluto. Got no sympathy.

This rocky planet is epic its half asteroid I love it, ceres rocks totally

19 CoRoT-7b

A planet so close to its Sun that its terrestrial surface is becoming its atmosphere! Wow!
Come on, that's obviously number one!

20 HD 80606 b

It has the most eccentric orbit of any known planet and when it gets extremely close to its star, a giant stowm races around the planet.

21 OGLE-2003-BLG-235b

Believe it or not because it is in the middle of our galaxy!


One of the most earthlike extrasolar planets we've ever discovered.


It's the most Earth-like exoplanet we've known so far, with the highest probability of life for any planet outside our Solar System we've ever discovered.
The most Earth-like planet in the middle of the habitable zone of the star TRAPPIST-1.

24 J1407B

I really like how this planet is very unique and veyr different comparing to other planets, including the planets in the solar system. This planet is a planet with 30 large rings (more than Saturn's)!

25 Kepler 12b
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