What's your favorite Solar Planet?

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#1 Posted by themajormayor (25854 posts) -

Mercury

a

Venus

a

Earth

a

Mars

a

Jupiter

a

Saturn

a

Ur anus (pffffffshshs MHHWHHWHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAH ROFLMAOLOMOR)

a

Neptune

a


lolpluto

I think I choose Venus cause it's always outside my house and it's full of global warming & sh*t. Just like earth

#2 Posted by Darthkaiser (12447 posts) -
I like Neptune So blue so relaxing
#3 Posted by SolidSnake35 (58110 posts) -
The moon.
#4 Posted by Zeviander (9503 posts) -
Pluto
#5 Posted by KiIIyou (27146 posts) -
Bill Cosby
#6 Posted by themajormayor (25854 posts) -
[QUOTE="Darthkaiser"]I like Neptune So blue so relaxing

I like Uranus more in that respect cause it's more homogeneously blue.
#7 Posted by themajormayor (25854 posts) -
The moon.SolidSnake35
Yeah it's not a planet but yeah
#8 Posted by WILL_423 (385 posts) -

the earth because without it we're nothing

(tried to make a Placebo album refrence there...)

#9 Posted by themajormayor (25854 posts) -

Pluto  Zeviander
lol pluto is a freak

#10 Posted by GazaAli (23004 posts) -
Jupiter and Pluto.
#11 Posted by Darthkaiser (12447 posts) -
[QUOTE="themajormayor"][QUOTE="Darthkaiser"]I like Neptune So blue so relaxing

I like Uranus more in that respect cause it's more homogeneously blue.

Uranus is white pale and looks dead Not blue at all
#12 Posted by themajormayor (25854 posts) -
Jupiter and Pluto.GazaAli
Join my union so it can be accepted already
#13 Posted by themajormayor (25854 posts) -
[QUOTE="Darthkaiser"][QUOTE="themajormayor"][QUOTE="Darthkaiser"]I like Neptune So blue so relaxing

I like Uranus more in that respect cause it's more homogeneously blue.

Uranus is white pale and looks dead Not blue at all

But Neptune is full of white strings as you see. It's not relaxing with white strings all over the place
#14 Posted by JigglyWiggly_ (23608 posts) -
sega saturn is my fav
#15 Posted by Fightingfan (38011 posts) -
Saturn, it has rings.
#16 Posted by CHOASXIII (14628 posts) -

Pluto, cause Pluto will always be a planet in my book.

#17 Posted by Zeviander (9503 posts) -
Pluto, cause Pluto will always be a planet in my book.CHOASXIII
There are planetoids bigger than Pluto closer to the Sun. Are they planets too?
#18 Posted by FrostyPhantasm (8521 posts) -

the earth because without it we're nothing

(tried to make a Placebo album refrence there...)

WILL_423
Sleeping With Ghosts was my favourite album.
#19 Posted by mjf249 (2856 posts) -
I've always been interested in Neptune
#20 Posted by CycleOfViolence (3314 posts) -

Mars and Neptune

#21 Posted by CHOASXIII (14628 posts) -

[QUOTE="CHOASXIII"]Pluto, cause Pluto will always be a planet in my book.Zeviander
There are planetoids bigger than Pluto closer to the Sun. Are they planets too?

I grew up with Pluto being a planet though, so whatever man.

#22 Posted by svm128 (376 posts) -

Saturn and Mars

#23 Posted by themajormayor (25854 posts) -
[QUOTE="CHOASXIII"]Pluto, cause Pluto will always be a planet in my book.Zeviander
There are planetoids bigger than Pluto closer to the Sun. Are they planets too?

Like?
#24 Posted by GazaAli (23004 posts) -
No love for Jupiter, that makes me cool I guess.
#25 Posted by themajormayor (25854 posts) -
No love for Jupiter, that makes me cool I guess.GazaAli
dude.... the union.... join it
#26 Posted by GazaAli (23004 posts) -
nah I don't join unions, I join and do nothing afterward.
#27 Posted by tjricardo089 (7429 posts) -

Neptune and Jupiter.

#28 Posted by themajormayor (25854 posts) -

What planetoid bigger than Pluto is closer to the sun than Pluto?

#29 Posted by KiIIyou (27146 posts) -

What planetoid bigger than Pluto is closer to the sun than Pluto?

themajormayor
Ceres?
#30 Posted by themajormayor (25854 posts) -

[QUOTE="themajormayor"]

What planetoid bigger than Pluto is closer to the sun than Pluto?

KiIIyou

Ceres?

nah

a

And I think Eris is farther away.

#31 Posted by cyborg100000 (2858 posts) -

Earth. All the other planets have nothing of interest in them.

#32 Posted by KiIIyou (27146 posts) -

[QUOTE="KiIIyou"][QUOTE="themajormayor"]

What planetoid bigger than Pluto is closer to the sun than Pluto?

themajormayor

Ceres?

nah

a

And I think Eris is farther away.

Santa would never visit that place.
#33 Posted by themajormayor (25854 posts) -
[QUOTE="themajormayor"]

[QUOTE="KiIIyou"]Ceres?KiIIyou

nah

a

And I think Eris is farther away.

Santa would never visit that place.

rofl. Poor little Erisian children.
#34 Posted by PiscesChick93 (10687 posts) -

Earth.

Neptune has a pretty colour, though

#35 Posted by WiiCubeM1 (4728 posts) -

Mercury

a

themajormayor

One thing, that's not Mercury. That's Ganymede, largest moon of Jupiter.

THIS is Mercury:

600px-CW0131775256F_Kuiper_Crater.png

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Second, There are 7 "planetoids" larger than Pluto closer to the Sun, being Jupiter's Galilean Satellites (Io, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto), Saturn's moon Titan, Neptune's moon Triton, and our own Moon.

The Dwarf Planet Eris is the only sun-orbiting object in the Solar System larger than Pluto that is not a full-fledged planet. Ceres and Makemake are too small.

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Third, Mars, because it's the only planet in the Sloar System even remotely concievable of human's actually visiting (by which I mean landing on. Mercury and Venus are way too hot and Venus's atmospheric pressure would crush us, and the Gas Giants are nothing but gas. Pluto's a maybe... and now that I think about it we could land on Mercury's dark side due to the extremely low temperatures.)

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/5b/CW0131775256F_Kuiper_Crater.png/600px-CW0131775256F_Kuiper_Crater.png

#36 Posted by McJugga (9442 posts) -
just gona pick earth cus im not an astrology hipster.
#37 Posted by BranKetra (48777 posts) -
The sun.
#38 Posted by fantasyfacade (8315 posts) -

[QUOTE="KiIIyou"][QUOTE="themajormayor"]

What planetoid bigger than Pluto is closer to the sun than Pluto?

themajormayor

Ceres?

nah

a

And I think Eris is farther away.

Yep and Eris is the furthest.

400px-Solar_System_size_to_scale.svg.png

I have to say my favourite is Jupiter, because without it we would be bombarded by meteorites.

#39 Posted by playmynutz (6068 posts) -
i like Jupiter because one day it might become a sun (i suck at science) and then we will have no night time just the sun day and a cool Jupiter sun that makes the astriod belt visible
#40 Posted by metroidprime55 (17657 posts) -
I like Jupiter, it's cool to look at and a pretty awesome place despite the fact you will die if you go there.
#41 Posted by Inconsistancy (8091 posts) -

Saturn has the best moons, and the best named solar object, Enceladus which also happens to be a very interesting moon!

Also, cool picture!

newrings_cassini_big.jpg

I believe we're the little blue dot nearest to the bright central rings.

#42 Posted by one_plum (6358 posts) -

Earth cuz I'm a treehugging hippie.

#43 Posted by Tykain (3887 posts) -
I like Neptune's color.
#44 Posted by Crunchy_Nuts (2749 posts) -
Mars and Saturn. They looks pretty cool.
#45 Posted by WiiCubeM1 (4728 posts) -

Saturn has the best moons, and the best named solar object, Enceladus which also happens to be a very interesting moon!

Also, cool picture!

newrings_cassini_big.jpg

I believe we're the little blue dot nearest to the bright central rings.

Inconsistancy

Cool becuase it's kind-of a regal name or because you could easily mispronounce it as "enchiladas"?

The water geyser's are cool, though.

#46 Posted by WiiCubeM1 (4728 posts) -

i like Jupiter because one day it might become a sun (i suck at science) and then we will have no night time just the sun day and a cool Jupiter sun that makes the astriod belt visibleplaymynutz

That's such a gross raping of planetary physics, I'm not even going to touch on it.

#47 Posted by Inconsistancy (8091 posts) -

[QUOTE="Inconsistancy"]

Saturn has the best moons, and the best named solar object, Enceladus which also happens to be a very interesting moon!

Also, cool picture!

newrings_cassini_big.jpg

I believe we're the little blue dot nearest to the bright central rings.

WiiCubeM1

Cool becuase it's kind-of a regal name or because you could easily mispronounce it as "enchiladas"?

The water geyser's are cool, though.

Wat, I wasn't aware people mispronounced it, never even though of that, I just like how its name sounds (correctly).

#48 Posted by WiiCubeM1 (4728 posts) -

[QUOTE="WiiCubeM1"]

[QUOTE="Inconsistancy"]

Saturn has the best moons, and the best named solar object, Enceladus which also happens to be a very interesting moon!

Also, cool picture!

newrings_cassini_big.jpg

I believe we're the little blue dot nearest to the bright central rings.

Inconsistancy

Cool becuase it's kind-of a regal name or because you could easily mispronounce it as "enchiladas"?

The water geyser's are cool, though.

Wat, I wasn't aware people mispronounced it, never even though of that, I just like how its name sounds (correctly).

I called it that for years. No one I knew even knew what Enceladus was until 4th grade when my teacher corrected me. Before that, I had only read it.

#49 Posted by RobertBowen (4094 posts) -

I love the romanticism attached to the planet Mars, inspiring authors, artists and composers.

Other than that, Saturn always exhibited an air of mystery, to me, with its highly visible ring system.

#50 Posted by wis3boi (31472 posts) -

Mars...because

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