Can We Live on Jupiter?

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We cannot live on Jupiter because it is a violent planet that has really severe storms and no solid surface. In addition, it is very cold on Jupiter and human beings and animals can hardly survive there.
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Because of a multitude of reasons. Take their environments. Jupiter is a gas giant, so it doesn't have a surface like here. We could not live on it. Nothing can. Mars doesn't have
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No, we can not live on Jupiter. Jupiter's atmosphere is all gas. Not only would you not be able to breath on Jupiter, you wouldn't be able to stand on it either because it's doesn't have a solid surface.
It would be impossible to live on Jupiter. One reason is that it has not solid surface. If you tried to stand on the surface you would be pulled down into the planet.
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