so my research quastion, i'll but in different gruops to see the difference between the other plantes
we all know mercury is the closest planet to the sun and it's 58 million km (36 million miles), nothing will survive the heat and lack of supplies to live. Then again we're not talking about that, it's the atmosphere that were looking at. mercury's atmosphere is 42% oxygen, 29% sodium, 22% hydrogen and 7% other gases. so one thing why we can't live on mercury is that it's salty in the air, so it's like a mouth full of salt. But also that the wind blasted off the surface of mercury.
Venus is our neighbor planet but it has clouds of acid rain the atmosphere is 96% carbon dioxide, 3% nitrogen and 1% other gases.
our atmosphere is a stable one to us to live and grow. Its 78% nitrogen (n2), 21% oxygen (o2), ~1% argon (Ar) and other gases that is <1% (CO, Ne, He, CH, Kr and H2) With all that it's still a good atmosphere to live for us humans and animals to live on.
Ahh the red planet, the one the could have been the new earth but can't. The red planet is dried out without water and trees or even plants in that mater. Yet the atmosphere has no oxygen, so it's an airless planet. let's see the atmosphere is made out of. 95% Corben dioxide, 3% nitrogen, 1.5% argon and 0.5 other gases. Mars is like a dried out earth with no air to make life but has two moons and is our neighbor.
Jupiter is the fifth planet from our sun and the largest planet in the solar system. it's also has the storm that we call it "the red spot," that's been going on for years now. We don't now the age of this storm but it's been going on for a while. it's 90% hydration, 10% helium and <1% other gases This plate is made out of gas, mostly and makes clouds of gases. Jupiter has mush shorter days then us, 10 hours for a whole day but 12 years (4,333 earth days) to orbit the sun. Jupiter also has aurors like us but is also hundreds of energetic then are's.
yep on the sixth planet, the one with ice rings around it. It's a little smaller the Jupiter but still big to be the second biggest planet. it's 96% hydrogen, 25% helium and 1% other gases
uranus is the planet that's covered in ice and icy winds, it's called the ice giant. 83% hydrogen, 15% helium and 2.5% Methane
Neptune is the last planet to cover. Neptune has 6 barely seeable rings and can't support life because it's an icy, cold planet. it's 80% hydrogen, 19% helium, and ~1 methane. neptune has the strongest winds, that go up to 300m/sec (700 mi/hour)
At least for now, so all the other plates have gases that are harmful to us but the earth is the only one that can support life and continue to live on it. It seems that the others have dangerous winds and gases that can kill right away. It's fascinating that we can have all of this in one big orb even are orb possibly the only one to support life. The great sun is are power and heat, but yet so dangerous to be hurting us.