The human body is adapted to survive on Earth. And then, not all corners of our planet are suitable for meeting the needs of our body.
People have no chances to survive without special equipment on other celestial bodies.
But in order to imagine the conditions on the planets of the solar system, one can imagine what a person would look like if he could adapt to local natural conditions.
One day, an astronaut spent a whole year in an orbital station. Without gravity, he became a few centimeters taller due to the greater distance between the vertebrae. Muscles and bones have become thinner. According to experts, after
A similar mechanism works on Mars. The attraction there is three times less than the earthly one. A very well-fed person weighing 100 kg will feel like 33 kilograms.
More severe UV exposure will require changes in the skin’s protective properties. Capable of resisting the sun’s rays
So, a resident of Mars: tall, thin, orange.
A day on Mercury is equal to 58 Earth days. The temperature at this time is over 400 degrees. But at night it will be minus 150. In such conditions, only the simplest have a chance.
Even a cyborg for the development of Mercury would have to be made entirely of titanium or other refractory metal.
Conditions on Venus are even more
There are only a few creatures on Earth that survive boiling and under such pressure.
A person here is death without options. Moreover, the atmosphere consists of carbon dioxide, which makes it impossible to breathe. It contains an admixture of phosphine, which leaves only viruses and bacteria a chance of survival.
You will have to act here in a thick impenetrable fog.
It is very cold in the upper layers of the Jupiterian fog, but below it is most likely hot, but scientists cannot yet calculate how much.
Bottom line: on Jupiter, a person will not see or hear anything.
But he, like Jupiter, is also a gaseous planet without a solid surface.
On Uranus, a person will be greeted by the disgusting smelling ammonia seas. Day and night are very deceiving here. It would seem that Uranus makes a revolution around the axis in just 17 hours. But the planet in a strange way
It is very cold here during the dark season.
Bottom line: to survive here you need eyes capable of night vision, and very thick skin so as not to freeze.
Neptune also has a gaseous consistency, but scientists suggest that somewhere inside there must be a solid surface.
Gravity here is stronger than Earth’s, so a person will feel heavier. But that won’t help him. There are such winds that only very heavy creatures can stand in place. It is strategically more profitable on Neptune to be something like a streamlined amphibian and, as it were, sail in the layers of a gaseous planet with the wind.
The conditions here are so extreme that scientists don’t even want to send drones there a second time.
Pluto, which in 2006 lost its status as a planet, is even smaller than the Earth’s Moon.
At first glance, everything here is not so bad for life. Beneath the surface of the ice there are abundant
But the gravity here is so small that it is very difficult to stay on the surface. The push is stronger — and the body is torn off from the Plutonian firmament forever.
Scientists believe that in order to survive on Pluto, humans will need special devices that increase gravity.
But the most extreme conditions await any body in black holes. There they stretch endlessly. The human body would take on the appearance of a hair in a black hole — long and thin. Scientists called this feature of black holes