Which planet do you find more interesting for studying and exploration? (Page 5)
careyal: Raxacoricofallapatorius because we should definitely learn more about it and its inhabitants so we can better prepare ourselves for their invasions. ps. if you get this, we should be friends. no cheating.
xapim: i was thinking, well back in ancient time's the aztecs worshiped this planet that was seen 95%ish of the years night by detailed alighnments, or may of been at the next bright star , not the moon ? or may of been a diffrent s. american tribe in the ande's ? anyways i think it's mercury but may be mistaken...the other is venus ? i'll half to research some....
xapim: ok i lokked just a little up, it was a star that directed them towards their god or somethin like that......peru'. my fav is mercury.
xapim: forsure....i first herd about it on the history channel, then fumbled into a store and bought a sci-fi mag about mars....... now iv read there might be this whole new galaxy ? it seems these nasa's could make a sci-fi station of camera's for view of planets and such....i herd there's 6 plus sunsets you can see at once.....
kriskim: i say there was a plot by Eris to upsurp Pluto so we should blow it up.
Saturn would be interesting for old times sake.
Mercury should be explored.
kat82: Well, there is a new exploration programmed for 2018 and it goes further than Mercury. NASA is getting ready to send a car-sized probe to explore Sun's outer atmosphere. I'm really curious on this one...
** stamps feet petulantly, and pouts **
Dammit! I made the "ur anus" joke on the previous page, and didn't get no goddam rim-shot!
Infium: please excuse my laziness as i didn't go through all the pages of this thread prior to posting but... visiting Uranus, Saturn, Jupiter or any other planet in our solar system does sound like fun yet have anyone considered Gliese 581d or Kepler-22b?..
if we r talking just about our solar system, and are able to disregard the strict definition of the word 'planet' present in the thread's headline, it would definitely be Europa with its oceans, for obvious reasons
The implication seems to be that we're talking about planets in this solar system. And Jupiter/Europa seems to me to be the obvious best choice.
iGot you: you don't think Earth is interesting? we haven't even explored all the oceans and the earth is mostly covered in water. go figure.