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First i would like travel to Moon with space x Dragon and stay there few months and continue my journey to Mars and stay in 5 star hotel and enjoy view of the beautiful blue world with high definition telescope, and hope to have dinner with elon musk aswell.
I know Pluto is now considered a dwarf planet, with all its ice, and some water ice at that, there's a good chance for life. Consider the polar ice caps on earth. In the ice are ice worms that live their entire lives in the ice. They say it's -387 degrees F on Pluto, but, it has water ice, which as I understand it, should not be as cold, so maybe it has ice worms as well?
I would like to explore Earth from the Kuiper Belt. The establishment of a large orbital satellite equipped in such way that the possibility of life on Earth can be determined. It would be an interesting study of the equipment reports on the inner planets and our view of reality. After a period the instruments focus elsewhere with instruments with known errors.
This is in line with a cynical view of some assumptions used in research. The waterhole hypothesis is another assumption that tweaks the contrary imagination. Based on a very long ago cartoon where a bunch of animals are in the brush surrounding a pond with one lion saying to the other "patience hell I'm go eat one now." Maybe it its the same in SETI and our leakage will be the telltale.
I would really love to see the ocean beneath the ice of Europa's surface being explored next, even though it's not a planet. But planetwise, I think the different layers of the atmosphere of Venus would be a great place to explore and look for signs of life.