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Answer These Questions And We'll Reveal Which Planet In Our Solar System You Belong On

If other planets were habitable, where would you fit in?

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Answer These Questions And We'll Reveal Which Planet In Our Solar System You Belong On

You got: Jupiter

Jupiter is by far the largest planet in our solar system, so if it were actually habitable there’d be room for billions, upon billions, upon BILLIONS more people to exist. A profoundly larger population where the days are only about 10 Earth hours long could make for an interesting time! Unfortunately, Jupiter is basically a giant ball of gas covered in thick clouds with winds that reach over 400 mph, so you’re better off right here on Earth for now.

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You got: Saturn

Saturn is the second largest planet in our solar system — almost 10 times wider than Earth, so you’d find yourself being a small fish in a very, very big pond. It takes Saturn more than 29 years to orbit the Sun, and the seasons there last for OVER SEVEN YEARS. It’s generally cooler there, so you’d also be able to enjoy extra long, extra chilly winters!

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You got: Uranus

Aside from the name of your home being great for making immature puns, you’d also find yourself living on the coldest planet in our solar system. Because Uranus is tilted sideways and takes 84 Earth days to orbit the Sun, you’d get 42 years of sunlight, followed by 42 years of darkness. So, you’d be lucky to see any more than one summer and one winter in your entire lifespan!

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You got: Neptune

Hold onto your hats and glasses, because Neptune has the fastest winds recorded in our solar system. It’s also pretty freakin’ cold there, so you’d basically be living in a perpetual winter. Oh, and the days are only 16 Earth hours long, so you’d probably only need like 5 and a half hours of sleep daily. There’s also a huge perk for anyone who wants to feel forever young: Neptune takes 165 Earth years to orbit the Sun, so you wouldn’t even live to be a one-year-old.

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You got: Earth

Even if it were possible to live on a different planet, you obviously fit best right here on Earth! It’s got liquid water on its surface, the atmosphere is over 20% oxygen and it’s the fifth largest planet in the solar system, which ain’t too shabby size-wise.

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You got: Venus

Venus is very similar in size to Earth and some believe that it may’ve been habitable some time ago, so what would the difference be? Well, it’s the hottest planet in the solar system, so you’d be able to experience a perpetual scorching summer. Oh, and the days on Venus are 5,832 Earth hours long, while a year is only 225 Earth days, so you’d be living on a planet where the days are longer than the years!

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You got: Mars

Mars is particularly interesting because, aside from Earth, it’s the most habitable planet in the solar system. There’d certainly be some wild sights on Mars, like Olympus Mons, the tallest mountain in our solar system, or the Sun, which only looks half as big there as it does here on Earth. Though it has significantly less water occupying space, Mars is smaller than Earth, so you might find yourself amongst a smaller population living on the red planet!

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You got: Mercury

Hopefully you’re prepared for fluctuating temperatures, because despite being the closest planet to the Sun and reaching 800+ degrees Fahrenheit during the day, the nights can get as cold as minus 290 degrees Fahrenheit. Bring gloves and a coat, but also bring shorts and flip-flops.

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