Top Ten Most Hostile Planets In the Solar SystemIt looks so great and majestic, with so much to see. But looks can be decieving.
Venus is coated with a thick, choaking atmosphere, that causes acid rain, intense heat, deadly storms, and god knows what else. And yet, they named the planet after the godess of beauty...
If you hadn't said the planets had to be from our solar system then I would've added Mustafafer, the Star Wars Planet made out of lava.
Venus has so much sulfur and carbon dioxide I would burn in less then a infinitieth of a yoctosecond, the shortest amount of time in the universe.
Me: Ohhh! I'm gonna like this planet!
One second later...
Me (in Heaven): Where the heck am I?
On Jupiter, you would die instantly. It's crushing gravity, subarctic temperatures, storms and toxic atmosphere would destroy any form of life in seconds.
Jupiter's atmosphere is even thicker than that of Venus. Jupiter is composed of 90% hydrogen, and 10% helium. However these percentages vary depending on different sections of the planet. Jupiter has no solid surface, although it may have a rocky core. The planet is also affected by inhuman storms which have caused several bumps on the planet's apperance. The most notable of these is the great red spot, a dip three times the size of Earth.
Bro Jupiter is trying to plot something against us man. I think it's the new world order or something
Notice how the most beautiful of planets are also the most deadly? Saturn is often called the Jewel of the solar system, due to it's majestic rings. Saturn also has the most moons in the solar system - although anything within it's rings could be considered a small moon. Saturn is composed of the same material as Jupiter, except Saturn is featureless.
Stupid fast winds actually the fastest in the solar system. Disgusting stinky atmosphere, made of hydrogen and helium. Has traces of neon, argon, krypton, xenon and radon. And the rings are horrible to look at they hurt my eyes, when I look at it through a telescope ( I have an ETX 80 observer ). Saturn sucks, Uranus rules!
Violent winds and storms, the Hexagon storm, yet so beautiful. IRONIC
Extremely close to the sun so you would burn to death if you were on the sunny side and if you were on the night side you would freeze to death. Also radiation is really strong.
Mercury is basically a giant steaming rock that orbits the sun in close proximity. A Mercurian year lasts about 80 days - however a Mercurian DAY lasts about 60 Earth days. Imagine being exposed to heat more than 20 times that of Earth for 60 days straight. Plus, you'd be without the protection of an atmosphere.
Impossible to live through. Either die from heat or die from the cold.
Mercury might seem like a nice planet, but it's too close to the sun.
You could potentially survive for a while if you had a pressure suit that was insulated because you would just fall through the atmosphere and not standing on anything so the gravity wouldn't kill you instantly.
When you enter the atmosphere you get blown away by the winds stornger then any. Also if any part of your skin isn't covered you will get frost bite just in a second.
A cold, ice giant that orbits the sun every 200 years or so.
Shes ice giant but shes beautiful creature in the unverse
I love this planet I will exchange it you know!
If you think about it, Earth is pretty hostile. Super volcanoes, earthquakes, hurricanes, tornados, floods, droughts... The list goes on.
The only reason I voted for this is because humans make it harder to live here than on Venus.
We are killing earth...Global warming
Not as hostile as the others.
Probably the least hostile planet behind earth. Really cold and minimal atmosphere but other than that its not that bad.
The surface is barren and sandstorms often sweep over it.
Imagine a war between Earthlings and Martians.
This is clearly more hostile than Mars. Really wish I'd labelled this list objective.
Same as Neptune, however it's orbit period is less long.
Extremely cold it should definitely be higher than mars. It is so cold that nitrogen freezes into ice on its surface.
Wind can go more than 1 million miles per hour!