Earth is the main planet with liquid water. There are some studies which say that Neptune and Uranus also contain water, deep inside them.
However, only the Earth has liquid surface water.
Asked in Astrophysics
Which planet doesn't contain liquid water?
None of the planets in our solar system except Earth are thought to have surface liquid water in any considerable amount. Some planets are known to have water ice or atmospheric water vapor; some moons of Saturn and Jupiter (which are not planets) show evidence of having sub-surface oceans of liquid water owing to tidal heating effects; other planets including Mars and Venus (both of which were thought to have significant amounts of surface water in their history) continue to be studied...
Asked in Chemistry
Which liquid has no water?
Many liquids do not contain water. The liquid forms of many metals do not contain water due to the heat. Pure acids and bases do not contain water. Specific liquids that do not contain any water: Liquid nitrogen Liquid iron Liquid aluminum Pure hydrochloric acid As stated above, basically any metals in liquid form aside from mercury and any pure acids and bases are liquids that do not contain water. ...
Asked in Chemistry, Planetary Science
What is the freezing point of water on other planets?
Liquid water doesn't exist on other planets.
Why does water remain liquid on earth compared to the other planets?
Because on most planets (mars being an exeption as there are places where water can stay liquid) temperature and/or atmospheric pressure is to high or low for water to stay liquid. ...
Asked in Planetary Science
How many of the terrestrial planets have evidence of liquid water on their surfaces?
Mars and Venus were two terrestrial planets that had evidence of liquid water. Earth is the only planet that has stable bodies of liquid water on its surface which is essential to life forms. ...
Asked in Planetary Science, The Solar System
Which planets in the solar system have liquid water ice and clouds?
Only Earth has Liquid water, Ice, and Gas. Many planets have clouds in the atmosphere; Venus and Jupiter, for example. But the clouds of Venus are made of sulfuric acid at several hundred degrees. Jupiter's moon Europa _might_ contain liquid water beneath the ice; there are interesting ridges on the surface that suggest water surging from cracks in the ice and then freezing. It will take a dedicated probe to discover what's going on there. ...
Asked in Planet Earth
What is the differences between your planets and other planets?
earth is the only planet known to house liquid water and life
Asked in Chemistry, Snow and Ice
If you put something in Liquid nitrogen that does not contain water would it still freeze?
If it contained any liquid, it would freeze. If it did not contain any liquid, it would get VERY cold. ...
Asked in Dwarf Planets
Can dwarf planets have water?
The asteroid Ceres, now a dwarf planet, is likely to have liquid water under its frozen surface. All other dwarf planets occupy the fringes of the solar system and have temperatures near absolute zero, so they may contain permanently frozen water ice as well as frozen gases. ...
Asked in Space Travel and Exploration
What way is earth different from different planets?
Liquid water and intelligent life.
Asked in Chemistry
Do all liquids contain water?
No. All aqueous solutions (something dissolved in water) contain water, but not all liquids contain water. Almost any solid under certain conditions of the right temperature and pressure can exist as a liquid. Mercury is a metal which exists as a liquid a room temperature (there is no water added). ...
What is the impuries affect the boiling point of water?
The boiling point of a liquid is elevated when this liquid contain impurities. ...