• Question: what planet do you find most interesting

    Asked by francesca777 to Ed, Katie, Sam, Steve, Vera on 21 Jun 2011.
    • Photo: Sam Tazzyman

      Sam Tazzyman answered on 21 Jun 2011:

      Earth, because it’s the only planet (that we know about) that has life on it!

    • Photo: Edward Morrison

      Edward Morrison answered on 21 Jun 2011:

      My favourite planet is Arrakis, also known as Dune. It is the third planet orbiting the star Canopus, and has no natural rain, so it is a desert.

      Does it have to be a real planet?

    • Photo: Katie Marriott

      Katie Marriott answered on 21 Jun 2011:

      I like Europa. It’s one of Jupiters moons. It is one of the places where scientists think we will find life. It’s very pretty!


    • Photo: Vera Weisbecker

      Vera Weisbecker answered on 21 Jun 2011:

      I don’t have a scientific interest in planets, but I really like Saturn. It is really pretty with its rings of debris around it and I also like that you can see the rings from a telescope when conditions are good.

    • Photo: Steven Daly

      Steven Daly answered on 21 Jun 2011:

      I like Eds answer, that is a great set of books.

      I find Titan, which is a moon of Saturn the most interesting. It has a thick atmosphere, lakes made from liquid methane (natural gas), weather systems, rain, snow (of methane, not water). It is a real posibility life could be found here.