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View Diary: Getting to Know Your Solar System (28): Saturn (Vol. 3) (42 comments)

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  •  I was going to mention the Antimatter but then I (2+ / 0-)
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    Troubadour, Khun David

    saw that you already did and I was surprised by the fact that the Gravity is close to Earths in the right Cloud layer.

    •  Uranus and Neptune too. (2+ / 0-)
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      defluxion10, Khun David

      Gravity in the Uranian clouds is actually lower than Earth's, and for Neptune is actually slightly higher than you'd get floating around Saturn because Neptune is a denser planet despite having less mass.  But Uranus and Neptune don't have the same level of benefits of the Saturn system, and their atmospheres are horrifyingly cold even by the standards of the outer solar system.

      Democracy is a habit, not a circumstance.

      by Troubadour on Thu Apr 18, 2013 at 05:13:05 PM PDT

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