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So many planets to choose from! I would prefer a moon, to be honest. The planets have already been studied more extensively, and some of the moons are infinitely more interesting. Either Titan or Enceladus. The latter is more mysterious. Let's go there!
I would like to visit not a planet, but the moon Titan. I want to see if we could make it habitable or a transit point for further exploration. If yes, just think how ckoser we would be to 'Out There'. We might even catch up with Voyager, who knows?
It’s not a planet but it’s in the solar system; I am so hopeful about exploring Enceladus!!! It has a global ocean, so there’s water. The gravitational tug on it from Saturn is creating internal heat indicated by geysers shooting way out into space from it, as well as the smooth areas around the tissues from the newly deposited spray. When that spray was analyzed, the signature of life building molecules was found. I would bet money some type of life has developed on this moon! We could send a joint mission and explore the hexagon storm atop Saturn, that’s so fascinating as well!
I think Venus should be explored. The technology it will require to do that should be most useful when we get out into the rest of the galaxy since most planets are not like earth and the tech developed to visit Venus should be most useful to explore them. It is also close to earth so it would be easier to travel to and communicate with exploration probes there.
I'm 8 years old and I think we need to explore Pluto since he does not get much love . I'm always fascinated by Jupiter and Saturn's moons... so since we are on our way to pluto we can stop by the other planets.
I would like to explore Saturn's moon, Enceladus, because it has a liquid salty ocean under it's icy crust and the plumes that are jetting out of its crust contain both oxygen and nitrogen, both needed for potential life. It's not a planet, but as a moon, would be a fascinating scientific exploration and discovery destination.