Yes. A person would freeze wuite quickly.
a person would freeze to death!!
You would freeze to death within a matter of seconds. Planet Neptune is absolutely freezing. It is an icy gas giant. Humans will not survive. Electrical equipment would also freeze and malfunction.
They would freeze, not to mention suffocate and be squashed by the pressure.
No, there have been no human landings on Neptune for the following reasons: - Technology. We currently do not have the technology to build space shuttles capable of travelling further than our own orbit and moon. - Temperature. Planet Neptune is freezing. Any human who gets close to the planet would freeze to death in seconds. Any electrical equipment would also freeze, jam and malfunction. - Distance. Neptune is millions of miles away. It would… Read More
no it has infinite temperatures ;it radiates twice as much sunlight obtained from the sun
No. Neptune has an atmosphere made mostly of hydrogen and helium. While this atmosphere would cause asphyxiation, a person would not choke. Regardless, Neptune is so cold than a person would freeze to death before they could asphyxiate.
No, because Neptune is a gas planet and if you were to walk on it, you would actually sink into it. Furthermore Neptune is -218 degrees Celsius so you wud like freeze to death. there food nor any means of growing food and it would be hard to reproduce on a gas planet.
A person would freeze on Mars. The warmest parts of Mars are about the same temperature as the coldest parts of Earth.
No, humans and life cannot survive on Neptune for the following reasons: Neptune is freezing. Life would freeze to death. Because Neptune is freezing, electronic equipment will also malfunction. Including space shuttles and space suits. Neptune is a stormy planet. Humans would be blown off into space. Neptune is a gas giant. Theoretically there is no solid surface to stand on, so you would sink into the planet and be consumed by the molten ammonia… Read More
Yes. Neptune is extremely cold.
Planet Neptune is extremely dangerous. It is freezing. Life on the planet would freeze instantly It is a gas giant composed of helium, hydrogen and methane The gasses the planet is composed of would choke life Because it's a gas giant, it has no surface. Therefore if you tried to stand on it you would fall through and be incinerated by the hot molten ammonia core Neptune is very stormy, you'd be blown off into… Read More
The Voyager 2 space probe flew by Neptune in August 1989 and scanned the planet, sending photographs and scientific data back to Earth. However, no, there has not been an astronaut landing on Neptune. And there wont ever be one for the following reasons: - Neptune is freezing cold. A human would freeze to death in seconds - Electronic equipment would also freeze and malfunction in the cold - Neptune is a stormy planet. Humans… Read More
They would freeze to death.
It isn't. Neptune is freezing cold. So cold that it's impossible for life to live there. A human astronaut would freeze within seconds of landing on the planet. Neptune is âˆ’218 Â°C (55.1 K).
Neptune, hands down. He is the greek god of water. :)
Neptune and Uranus. It would be Pluto and Neptune but pluto is no longer a planet it is a dwarf planet
Number 1 there is no place to land. Neptune is a gas planet with rings. Number 2 it is way to cold and you would freeze to death!! Number 3 go much farther you would exit the galaxy.
they would freeze because its way too cold they would die because thers no oxygen
No. The 'surface' gravity of neptune is only 1.14g, due to the low density of the planet. Surface pressure may 'squash' a person there though, although they would be frozen from the near 0K temprature. (approx -218C)
Saturn, because it is the most massive of the four.
That would be Neptune.
neptune is the eighth planet from the sun . Comment: You can get as close as you like, but you would need a very good spacecraft and it would take years to get there.
Neptune is extremely cold. A person exposed to its atmosphere would freeze to death in seconds. If you found a layer that had surviviable temperatures, the lack of oxygen in the atmosphere would kill you. even if you had a space suit that provided air and protected you from the cold, Neptune has no solid surface, so you would simply fall into denser and denser atmosphere until you were crushed by the pressure.
Not until we develop hundreds of years worth of technology. Currently, man-made space shuttles are not designed for long-term space travel. At best, they are designed for orbiting our own planet and the moon. To be able to visit Neptune, it would take years to develop a shuttle capable of travelling out that far. Then it will take a matter of more years to actually get to the planet since it is so far away… Read More
In Kannada, we would say: Neptune Graha
Neptune. It is the farthest planet from the sun.
Depends on personal opinion which planet is best.
That would be Neptune
to have the experiece
It would be Mercury.
mars or neptune
That would be Neptune
No. Neptune is a planet, so if it had a black hole on or around it, it would be pulled in.
No. Neptune is so cold that, as soon as you took your first breath, your lungs would freeze.
Neptune has a mass 17.2 times larger than that of Earth and a radius 3.88 times larger A person weighing 154 lb on the Earth would weigh how much on Neptune?
The calculation for weight is universal gravity times the mass of the person times the mass of the planet divided by the radius of the planet squared. This means that 154 lbs. on Earth equals 175.95 lbs. on Neptune.
if you traveld on a space ship to neptune the space ship would freeze and crash and tou would die from the cold temperature
That would be Neptune, as it is the farthest planet from the sun.
they would freeze to death and suficate because no air to breathe
they would freeze cuz its so freakin cold out there. they would become an ice-icle and want to go home. basically; they would die. so dont try it.
If Pluto would be considered a planet, then that would be a planet, But now it is Neptune with Temp. as low as -300 degrees Celsius
There have been no space shuttle landings on Neptune. It would be impossible to land on Neptune for two reasons: 1 - Neptune is a gas giant 2 - Neptune is freezing cold, electronic equipment would freeze and malfunction
In our Solar System it would be Mercury.
Neptune or Uranus
it would taste like chicken :)
Neptune is roughly 30,757 miles in diameter while the sun is 432,376 miles in diameter. Neptune is the 4th largest planet in the solar system and about 57 Earth's would fit inside the planet Neptune.
It would have to be Gemini as there is no such planet.
The planet that is farthest from the Sun - Neptune.
the farthest planet away from our sun would be Pluto, but since Pluto is counted as a dwarf planet, Neptune would be the furvest planet away
The eighth planet is Neptune, known as the stormy planet. It is another gas giant, and it is stormy because it is still forming. The amazing thing about the storms on Neptune is that scientists think that it is raining diamonds on this planet! You would definitely want to collect "rainwater" on Neptune.