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Oxygen Gravity Plants Animals nutrition liquids Sleep Comfortable temperature Wast disposal shelter List of things needed to survive on other planets.

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2 Oxygen Gravity Plants Animals nutrition liquids Sleep Comfortable temperature Wast disposal shelter List of things needed to survive on other planets

3 Oxygen is needed for the human body to survive without it humans or animals wouldn’t be able to breath. Oxygen

4 Gravity is needed for the human body otherwise you would float off the planet. The bigger the planet the more gravity. Gravity

5 Comfortable temperature is needed other wise the human body could freeze or dehydrate/burn to death. Comfortable temperature

6 Wast disposal is needed otherwise you would get sick from dead bodies and wast. Wast disposal

7 Shelter is needed to keep warm and stay cool it’s important for the human body. Shelter

8 To survive on a different planet to earth you would need to have o continuous supply of food. Some appropriate food sources would be animals for meat, eggs or dairy, plants for fruit, vegetables or nuts. nutrition

9 Plants are an important part to survival of humans and any other living creature on the planet. the plants inhale carbon dioxide and exhale oxygen wish is the gas that we inhale. Plants also help in the water cycle they suck up the water in the ground and it evaporates out of their leaves then rains down out of the sky into the rivers. Plants

10 Liquids are needed for the human body. The human body is made up of 57% water. Without water the human body wouldn’t be able to survive. Water is the most impotent thing for the human body to survive (not including oxygen) liquids

11 Animals are important to humans survival they create a source of food by either laying eggs and creating milk or being killed for meat. they can also be helpful by disposing of wast. Animals

12 Sleep is essential to the human body sleep is needed for energy. If no sleep was applied to the human body the body would have no energy. Scientist don’t exactly know why we need sleep. Sleeping slows down your metabolic Sleep

13 Jupiter is a gas giant it’s imposable to live on because you can’t even touch it. Its basically a giant space cloud with an atmosphere made of approximately 75% hydrogen and 24% helium with one precent of mass made of other elements. If you can’t stand on it then you would’t be able to create shelter, find water, stand, survive. Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system. Jupiter's mass is 2.5 times the mass of all the other planets in our solar system combined. Jupiter has a diameter 11 times the diameter of Earth. Jupiter is the fastest rotating planet in our solar system with a day length of approximately 9.9 Earth hours. Jupiter has 16 moons Diameter: 142,984 km Rotation: 0.41 Jupiter

14 The sun is made of hydrogen and helium without the sun our solar system wouldn't even exist Diameter: 1.4 million km Rotation: 27 days surface term: 5,500 c Temperature: 15 million c Sun

15 Distance from sun: 108 million km Diameter: 12,102 km Rotation: 243 R Length of year: 0.62 Moons: 0 Very bright because its surrounded in clouds that reflect light Heat from the sun gets in but cant get out its 500 c Venus is a terrestrial planet it’s possible to stand on but you cant liv on it because there's no oxygen it is too hot and has no water. Venus

16 Distance from sun: 150 million km Diameter: 12,756 km Length of year: 365 Earth days/ 1 year Moons: 1 Earth is the only planet in the milky way that has life on it. The Earth is the only planet with a massive amount of water on it. The Earth is a terrestrial planet it’s the third planet from the sun. Earth is expected to support life for the next 500 million years. There is roughly 72% of water covering the surface of the Earth. Earth

17 Mars is a terrestrial planet the fourth planet from the sun it is sometimes known as the red planet. Mars has a thin atmosphere and spins close to the same time as the Earth Mars has craters like the Moon and volcanoes, valleys and deserts like the Earth. It has approximately half the radius of the Earth Distance from the sun: 207 million km Diameter: 6,792 km Length of year: 1.88 Earth years/ Earth days Moons: 2 (asteroid size) Mars


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