It would be impossible for humans or any other life to live on Jupiter, as the planet is made up primarily of gases almost the all the way to its core. NASA speculates that it might be possible for a very secure spacecraft to visit Jupiter, but it couldn't land, as the planet does not have any solid surfaces.Know More
As of 2014, it would also take an incredibly long time for a spacecraft to even visit the planet considering the current technology that is available.
Due to a number of different factors, Mars is considered to be the next most habitable planet in the solar system. One of the reasons is its distance from the sun, which makes it fall within the temperature range that could possibly support life. The rest of the planets in the solar system are either far too hot or far too cold. For instance, despite the fact that Venus is the next closest planet to Earth after Mars, the temperature on its surface surpasses 400 degrees Fahrenheit. The pressure on Venus is also too much for a human to sustain, as it is the equivalent of being 900 meters below the ocean on Earth, whereas the gravity on Mars is only 38 percent of that on Earth.Learn more about Planets
NASA scientists believe that no organism, human or otherwise, can live on Jupiter. The planet's high atmospheric pressure would crush humans, and almost any other organisms, while the inner temperatures would melt them. The planet is composed mainly of hydrogen and helium, making its conditions similar to those on the Sun.Full Answer >
A human cannot live on Jupiter. Overall, the average temperature on Jupiter is -238 degrees Fahrenheit, with temperatures at the core rising to an estimated 36,000 degrees Fahrenheit. A probe dropped into the atmosphere by the Galileo spacecraft in 1995 recorded wind speeds of 400 miles per hour.Full Answer >
Instead of having a rocky surface, Jupiter is gaseous up to the inner core, which is either rock or a molten liquid. The gases in its atmosphere include hydrogen and helium.Full Answer >
The average distance between Jupiter and Saturn is 4.34 AU. One AU, an astronomical unit, is the distance between the Earth and the sun, or 92,955,807 miles.Full Answer >