Planetary Science

Are people going to other planets?

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September 12, 2011 2:34PM

i don't think they are. because if there were people going to different planets then wouldn't it be a huge thing around the globe, like the oil spill fro an example. and wat planet in our solar system is livable/breathable. possibly in the way back future, but today its a no for sure.

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