Which Planet Should You Live On?

Should you remain on planet Earth? Perhaps move to the red planet or reside all the way on Saturn? Find out now.

Amy's Page
Created By Amy's Page
On Jun 13, 2017

Chose an element

Do you prefer Roman or Greek mythology?

Would you rather live on a planet who's surface is mainly

Pick your favorite color

Which is your favorite season?

Would you want to live on a planet with 1-2 moons or too many to count?

Breezy or windy dates

The Hobbit or Lord of the Rings?

Earth

Earth

You reside on Earth, the only object in the Universe known to harbor life.

Mars

Mars

You live on the "Red Planet", otherwise known as Mars. Named after the Roman god of war, Mars gets its reddish appearance from the iron oxide on its surface. This planet is similar to Earth's seasonal cycles and rotational period. Unfortunately liquid water can not exist due to low atmospheric pressure.

Venus

Venus

You reside on Venus, next to the Moon, it is the second-brightest natural object in the night sky. Hope you enjoy the heat because Venus is the hottest planet in the solar system, with a surface temperate of 863 degrees! OUCH! A dry desert landscape with the occasional volcano turns up the heat even more.

Saturn

Saturn

You live on Saturn, the second largest planet in the solar system. Due to ammonia crystals in its upper atmosphere, Saturn has a pale yellow hue. With 62 moons and a prominent ring system, Saturn definitely offer plenty of visual stimulation.

Uranus

Uranus

You reside on Uranus, the coldest planet in our solar system (a minimum temperate of -224 degrees Celsius). With a landscape or ice and rocks the scenery might get boring. However, with 27 moons to gaze at, you might just end up enjoying life on this extremely windy planet.