Is Saturn a bad planet?
Saturn is not a bad planet in the moral sense of good and bad, there are good law abiding people and bad criminals. However, Saturn a gas giant is not a livable planet. The gravitational pull is much too strong, Saturn has very cold, very poisonous gas. There is no way a human being could live on Saturn, although, we might be able to live on one of it's moons/satellites. It depends on what you mean by the word bad. Saturn...
Can humans live on Saturn?
Without proper protection, no. It's possible a floating colony could be made, providing breathable air and protection from the elements, but a human by him or herself could not survive on Saturn. ...
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Is Saturn able to hold human life?
No. People would be killed instantly if they tried to live on Saturn. The planet is too cold, it is filled with poisonous gas, and the gravitational pressure of the giant planet would crush anyone who tried to live there. The planet might not even have a solid surface. It could be just gas and a molten core. You could try and live on one of Saturn's smaller moons, but, live on Saturn; Never. ...
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Are you going to die if you live on Saturn?
Saturn cannot currently sustain human life. A gas giant, it's not exactly an ideal vacation spot. If you had a viable habitat and life support that could maintain an earth-like environment inside it; then theoretically you could live anywhere. ...
Could you live on Saturn since it is a water based planet and can floatwith a platton?
No you couldn't live on Saturn because it is a planet made of gas, with no solid surface to stand on. Plus temperatures are freezing cold. But possibly, some weird form of alien life could have adapted to live in that kind of environment, you never know... ...
Why would it be impossible to live on Saturn?
Saturn is a gas giant, and the first bit of solid ground is almost at the core, where the air pressure is too great. In the atmosphere, the winds (which are over 150 mph average) would tear most structures apart, and above the atmosphere wouldn't be ON saturn. You could always live on moons near saturn. ...
Could you live on Saturn?
You could not live "on" Saturn because the surface is below the crushingly dense atmosphere. It might be possible to live in the upper clouds, but only in what would essentially be a floating spacecraft. Saturn's moons are equally inhospitable, extraordinarily cold and with no breathable oxygen even in the dense atmosphere of Titan (which has lakes made of liquified gases). ...