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What planets resources might come close with earth?

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If by gas you mean an atmosphere, there are no planets with an atmosphere anywhere similar to Earth.


Earth has an ozone layer in atmosphere. It is present in the stratospheric region. Other planets which have oxygen in their environment might have ozone.



Mars because the Mars Rovers discovered evidence that there was once flowing water.


Probably none. Depending on the relative positions of the Earth and Mars, your trip might take you vaguely close to Venus.



Nobody knows for sure, but there is so many, that there might be more planets than people on earth!


The geology of the Moon and the rock planets like Mars.


Earth is where we live. The planet Earth is in a area of the milky way And we have water on our home planet. The other planets do not have water on them. They might be near galaxies but they are not inside a galaxy


Because they are like other life planets they might be able to produce more life when Earth explodes.


That depends a lot on what "close" means. The nearest star is 7,500 times farther from the Sun than the farthest planet is, so you might say that the planets are ALL close together. But the nearest planet is 108 times farther from us than the moon is, so I'd say that NO planets are close together.


It's the gravity of the sun vs gravity of the moon the sun is farther away, the moon is very close. the gravity of other planets might also have a significant effect.


Life which does not originate from planet Earth may very well have developed on other planets. There is really no other explanation for where it would have come from.


planet A better answer might be "primary". Objects other than planets can have satellites.


All of the planets help hold the Earth in the proper orbit so it is not too far away from the Sun and not too close to the Sun, either of which would make Earth inhospitable for our life forms. The larger plants also possibly attract astroids which might collide with Earth and wipe out life. The solar system is a delicate balance of gravity, rocks, planets and other material and water which allows us to live on Earth.


There have been a number of extrasolar planets discovered that might resemble Earth. However, due to the extreme recency of the technology, and even the idea that Earth might not be unique, there is very limited data from the search for habitable planets. On a more theoretical note, if you take into account the trillions of known and estimated galaxies, and the trillions of stars in most galaxies, and the number of those stars that have planetary systems orbiting them, and the number of those planetary systems orbiting in the habitable zone, the number of possible Earth-like planets is really astonishing.


They might. Just remember, the only (water) ice fields we know of are on satellites, not planets.


that remains to be seen. although the chances are slim, there might be an earth-like planet millions of light-years away!


No other planets have "creatures" like earth does. There might be microbes or bacteria on other planets. Some scientists believe there could be life as advanced as something like a Jellyfish on Titan, one of Saturn's moons. There is no evidence of very advanced life on any planets other than earth, however.


There have been a number of robotic exploratory vehicles sent from Earth to other planets and asteroids, but there is no indication that other planets have sent any probes to Earth. Of course, we would not necessarily see it. It might be designed to be inconspicuous, a stealth probe.


If it comes really close it might do but probably not in our lifetime anyway...


Asteroids that might hit the Earth , a new planet in the solar system, and distant planets that humans might be able to live on, ect.



This is because it is highly unlikely that the exact circumstances needed to form life will occur. It happened to occur on earth, and that is why it has life. It is theoretically possible for more planets to have life on them. Adding to your answer. Earth is very lucky because it in the habitable zone which means it not too close to the sun and its not too far away. A planet has to be in the habitable to sustain liquid on its surface. They suspect there might be life(single celled) on mars because it is close to the habitable zone. Astronomers have discovered other planets that are in the habitable zone but haven't yet found other life forms.


The actual distances between each of the eight planets varies a lot, as their orbits are all different. Two planets might be close to each other at a given time, but several months or years later they might be on opposite sides of the universe, so their distances would be huge.



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