The planet Saturn cannot support human life. Because of a combination of temperature and atmosphere, humans cannot live on Saturn. More »

The Cassini-Huygens satellite showed between 2005 to 2006 that Saturn's atmosphere had oxygen ions and one of its moons had water geysers; however, several factors impede human life on the planet. One reason people canno... More »

Human life on Saturn is impossible because Saturn is a gas giant without a solid surface on which to support life. The extreme pressures of Saturn's atmosphere also make it a particularly inhospitable place. More »

Neptune, the eighth planet from the sun, cannot support life according to NASA. Being so far from the sun makes Neptune a very cold planet, with temperatures reaching as low as -361. More »

Universe Today describes the planet Mercury as a barren, lifeless rock that cannot support life. Among other conditions necessary for the formation and sustainability of life, liquid water is necessary. While scientists ... More »

As of 2015, the planet Uranus cannot support life as it is known on Earth. However, it is not impossible for this ice giant to sustain other life forms that can withstand its harsh environmental conditions, which are vas... More »

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The Cassini-Huygens satellite showed between 2005 to 2006 that Saturn's atmosphere had oxygen ions and one of its moons had water geysers; however, several factors impede human life on the planet. One reason people canno... More »