Why is it not possible to land a spacecraft on Jupiter or Saturn?
They have no solid surface. nothing to stand on. it is gas, not solid.
Is voyager a satellite?
Voyager is a spacecraft probe. It is not a satellite. NASA's twin Voyager spacecraft launched in August and September 1977. Voyager 1 focused on Jupiter and Saturn., while Voyager 2 flew past Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. ...
Which planet would you expect has the lowest surface temperature Uranus Saturn or Neptune?
The lowest surface temperature is Jupiter.
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Is Saturn is positioned between Jupiter and Neptune?
Saturn is not positioned between Jupiter and Neptune. The eight planets in our solar system go in the order of: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Saturn is positioned between Jupiter and Uranus. ...
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Why would landing a spacecraft on Jupiter or Saturn be an unlikely event?
Jupiter doesn't have a surface; as you get closer to the core, the gas just gets more dense. You can't land on the surface of a planet that doesn't have a surface. ...
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What are Jupiter Saturn Uranus and Neptune said to be?
Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune are said to be gas planets, they are made out of different kinds gasses. ...
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Is Saturn the third largest plant after Jupiter and Neptune?
No, Saturn is the second largest planet of our solar system, after Jupiter. It is larger than Neptune. ...
What spacecraft have visited Jupiter Saturn Uranus and Neptune?
No manned spacecrafts have visited on the face of any celestial object other than the Earth's moon. ...