Plenty of other factors matter as well.Life only on EarthEarth is currently the only planet known to support life in any form. Because of the existence of millions or billions of other planets, and the fact that we have not - indeed, cannot - inspect all of them means we will never know for sure the exact number that do support life. Many have one or two or some of the necessary conditions for life, but none have so far been discovered (of the few hundred we know) that have all of the necessary factors. Life only on EarthSome good points have been mentioned here but there are literally hundreds of things that make Earth just right for life. Here is a few to add:
If you are asking if Pluto can support human life, the answer is no. No planet or dwarf planet in our solar system can support human life except Earth.
The planet Earth is containing life because of its atmosphere.
The atmosphere... at least our particular brand of atmosphere, and human life, at least that we currently know of.
Other planets are proven to have been able to support life, but as far as we know right now earth is the only planet to support life.
Because life has made the planet suitable for life - life and the planet are one.
Neptune is a very cold a gas giant so it is very unlikely to be able to support life as we know it on Earth..
they would not be able to sustain human life.
the top soil of earth can support life
Antarctica is the least-human friendly continent on earth. It's too cold to support life there.
Mars unlike earth is to cold has a little bit of water and oxygen. it cant support human life- but there may be other creatures out there there on planet Mars that it can support . but if humans were there, we would die.
No, the sun could not support human life. Anything from earth that came close to contact with the sun would be burned in seconds because it has such an extreme surface temp.
No, its the furthest planet away from the sun (that means its so cold you can die), and the earth is the only planet that has human, or plant life on it. And Pluto doesn't have an atmosphere like the earth does.
The Earth is the only known planet to support life. Because of its distance from the sun, the Earth is able to support many species of animals, including humans. The Earth is mostly covered in water.
It Isn't there is no oxygen or water on Earths Moon.
In our solar system the earth is the only planet capable of supporting life much as an oasis is the place in the desert that is able to support life.
Life. One reason for this is the fact that it has water and a breathable atmosphere.
mars is not terrestrial enough to support human life inthe easy way like earth does...
The sun provides the heat and energy to support all life on earth, including human.
Earth can support life because, it has Water.
Well, Earth is the only planet that could support human life, so we've been faring pretty well here so far.
The Earth wouldn't be able to support human life, it would be really hot because of the sun's UV rays, meteoroids would hit the planet, and the water we have today wouldn't be liquid, it would be solid.
the moon is smaller than the earth and
No. Earth is the only known object to support life.
The difference is that lunar soil contains no water or organic materials and is not able to support life. The soil found on earth is the exact opposite; it contains water and organic materis and can support life.