Let’s assume that people learned how to breathe in space without special equipment and we found a way to reach any planet in the solar system. Despite the fact that this information is not likely to be practical in the near future, let’s have a look at how a person would feel on the different planets of our solar system without any protective devices. And looking at big ambitious plans from Elon Musk, who knows, we may start space-traveling sooner than we expect.

We think that the world around us is so fascinating and can’t wait to share some facts about it with our readers.

Mercury

If you ever want to visit this planet and avoid unpleasant consequences, you need to a timer. The temperature swings on Mercury are just absolutely crazy, the day could reach 800ºF, while at night it drops to −290ºF. Mercury rotates relatively slowly, so in order to survive, all you need is just catch the moment when the daytime temperature changes to the nighttime temperature, something comfortable between 800ºF and −290ºF.

But anyhow 90 seconds is about how much time you could spend there.

Venus

If you ever had a chance to set foot on Venus, you would only have one second to enjoy it. By the way, using the word “enjoy” was a bit sarcastic, because it’s hard to say with full confidence, what exactly would kill you at the end of that one and only second. The atmosphere of this planet is 98% carbon dioxide and the pressure is 90 times greater than on the Earth, plus its entire surface is covered by thick clouds that rain with sulfuric acid. In addition, it’s hot, very hot, the average temperature reaches almost 800°F.

Mars

Although Mars is the first candidate for space colonization, the longest time you could stay on this planet is about 80 seconds. Its atmosphere is 95% carbon dioxide. Mars is very cold and the average temperature is — 80°F… Show More

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