No water is detected on the surface
Landing on solid ground (fluctuating position)
Temperature from -5ºC to 5ºC
Ultraviolet radiation detected in km60 before reaching the surface; in km50 this radiation is no longer detected.
Surface water is not detected
Presence of water (in liquid state) on the surface
Landing on vegetation
High concentration of CO2 in the environment [Great amount of CO2 released on photosyntetic reaction]
85% greenhouse effect.
Large amount of volcanic activity detected
Presence of metal particles on the surface (resembling ash)
Really big and close satellite detected (⅓ of the main planet mass)
Large amount of water detected on the surface
Magmatic rock is detected on the surface
Water is detected on the surface, with signs of organic matter
Average temperature range between 5 and 20 ºC
Water is detected in a solid state on the surface
Single continental mass (Pangea)
The analysis of the planet proposes two hypotheses: large amounts of iron on the surface or red-colored vegetation
Optics of the probe with high degree of condensation while we pass through the atmosphere.
Average speed of wind:
Average temperature 23.5ºC
After overcoming a barrier that did not offer too much resistance, the probe landed on the surface, denoting a sudden drop in temperature in the last 3 meters.
Probe detects a temperature change of more than 40ºC in a distance of few Km
Axis of rotation to be determined
No water is detected in a liquid state on the surface
Presence of cysts and other forms in a state of hibernation.
The probe could not reach the surface due to large amounts of magnetic interference
Upon arrival on the planet, a slight collision with an unidentified space body is detected, carrying with it a trace of its material
Luckily the impact has not irremediably modified the trajectory of the probe, which has been able to keep in orbit. The images taken by the probe show numerous impacts on the surface of the planet
The probe did not detect any surface to land
Average temperature 15ºC
Water vapor is detected in atmosphere
Water is not detected on the surface, although water vapor is present in the atmosphere
Precipitation processes are detected.
Share orbit with Gamma
Average temperature 10ºC
Salinity in large bodies of water of 4.5%
-Known Data: Temperature 63ºC ; no water is detected on the surface.
- Extra info: Landing on solid ground (fluctuating position)
-Decision : Uninhabitable
-Justification (minimum required):
—> External appearance: Red lava and magmatic rock: doesn’t seem to be vegetation or water. It looks like it doesn’t have any kind of atmosphera or gaseous layer.
—> Temperature of 63ºC wouldn’t allow many living organisms to live (of course not humans); even water cycle will be affected ( no precipitations, no solid state of water). Our body is not capable no resist this high temperature, since we could be dehydrated (with no water to drink!), and some of the molecules that made up our body will be disabled, so we couldn’t live with this conditions.
—> no water detected on the surface: we DO need water to live, as all the other living beings. To do a lot of thing in live and also as an important component of our body. No plants could be cultivated to a really important source of energy will not exist.
—> Fluctuating position: it will be really difficult to create a civilization on a fluctuating ground, since it will move everything and it will affect also our physiology and behaviour.
Report Exemple of Alpha Planet