# By Sophie Paul.  If you where going to go and live on mercury you would need a heat poof suit to stay a live. Because mercury can get up -180.c and 420.c.

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By Sophie Paul

 If you where going to go and live on mercury you would need a heat poof suit to stay a live. Because mercury can get up -180.c and 420.c.  You would also have to proved your own nutrients. You wouldn’t be able to have soled nutrients because there is no gravity on mercury and you food would just float up in the air.  Also if you where bring someone with you. You would need some rope. So you could acted it to some thing. So you or your friend didn’t just float away.

 If you where to try and grow or bring animals to mercury you would need to have some area that would cool for animals and plants.  If you wanted to live on mercury you would have to have some where in the middle of the plant. Because mercury is to hot to live on the outer side.  If you wanted to live on mercury you would have to proved you own oxygen. Or you wouldn’t be able to breath.

 Profile  Mercury is named after roman messenger of the gods.  The average distance from the sun to mercury is about 58 km.  Gravity on mercury is about 0.38 times of earth.  The temperature on mercury is to be believed to be about -180.c to 420.c.  It takes 59 earth days for mercury to do a whole rotation.

 It isn’t possible to live on Jupiter because it is a gas planet. So you would just fall though the planet but because there is gravity on Jupiter you wouldn’t just fall though the planet you'd just get squished. Even if you tried to have some thing that would hover in the air. You wouldn’t be able to stay on it because there is gravity on Jupiter and you would just get squished and so would every thing else.

 Profile  Jupiter is named after the king of the roman gods.  the average distance from the sun to Jupiter is about 778 km.  gravity on Jupiter is about 2.9 times of earth.  The temperature on Jupiter is -140.c.  it takes 10 hours for Jupiter to do a whole rotation.

Io (One of Jupiter's moons) Ganymede (one of Jupiter's moons) Callisto (one of Jupiter's moons) Europa (one of Jupiter's moons)

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