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Venus

            Welcome to Venus where you can surf on lava from all the thousands of volcanoes that cover the plains of Venus. If lava surfing is not your cup of tea then i suggest mountain climbing on Venus' six mountainous  regions or if you're one of those people who love to chase and document storms, then you can try your luck with Venus' Ever-changing cyclone. 

Some facts you need to know about Venus, it's average distance from the sun is 67.2 million miles, a single day in Earth will actually by roughly 116.5 times longer, and most importantly temperature can reach up to 870 degrees Fahrenheit so make sure to bring plenty of water and a fan. 

 

Ladies and Gentlemen don't miss this one in a life time chance to ride along Halley's Comet as it passed through Earth. Since it returns to Earth's vicinity once every 75 years you have to take this chance and grab it before it slips away.

Mars

Hello boys and girls, welcome to the Martian planet. We have various activities here fitted for those who loves rock climbing, but no longer find Mt. Everest as a challenge. You can start your vacation  by conquering the tallest mountain in our solar system, the Olympus Mons. If climbing a mountain is not your cup of tea then please feel free to explore the great Valles Marineri canyon that makes the Grand Canyon look small. The last activity that we have planned is skating in Mars' ice deposit. We suggest that for any of this activities that you wear plenty of clothing for the average weather on Mars can reach as low as -80 degrees Fahrenheit.

Some fact that you need to know are that the days on Mars are 24 hours, 37 minutes, and 22 seconds long. It is also 141.6 million mile from the sun and the year is 687 Earth days long.

Hello my name is Scott and i'm here to briefly mention the Mariner 9 space craft and the great work that NASA has done. If it was not for NASA and their Mariner 9 then the discovery of  Valles Marineris or the first ever spacecraft to orbit a planet will have been greatly delayed future achievements. So ladies and gentlemen please donate to NASA so that they can still do the work that our president doesn't wish to invest in.

Saturn

Welcome one and all to Saturn. We have various activities planned here such as observing a storm that comes once every 30 years, we also can provide equipments that allow you to have a safe race through Saturn's ring by jumping through from one rock/ice to another, the last activity that we provide here is a variety of flying activities such as hand gliding in the upper atmosphere where the wind speed can reach up to 1800 km/hour. Please wear heavy layers as the average temperature can reach as low as 288 degrees Fahrenheit.  

Saturn's average distance from the sun is  888.2 million miles, a day on Saturn is roughly 10 and a half hour long, and the year last roughly 29 Earth years.

Hey guys it's Scott again. I'm here once again to inform you about the wonderful jobs that NASA did with Pioneer 11. Pioneer 11 reached Saturn in 1979 and it was due to this mission that we first saw two of Saturn's outer rings and  the presences of a strong magnetic field. Once again remember to donate to NASA so that they can continue doing their jobs.

Mercury

Welcome to Mercury where you can explore the Caloris Basin, you can ice skate on on North pole where water ice exist due to it possibly being shaded from the sun's heat, and the last activity that we will provide is hitting rocket powered golf ball at the sun.

The average length of day in Mercury is 58.6 Earth day, roughly 35.9 million miles from the sun, a year on mercury is only 88 days. This is a warning please bring a lot of water and a way to cool yourself since the the temperature can reach as as as 840 degrees Fahrenheit. 

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, come visit the new resort that has been made on our very own moon. We have a pool, great food, a hot tub/sauna, and a moonbounce. For those who love to mountain climb we offer rides to the Moon's tallest mountain the Mons Huygen. All this only for $300 dollars a week.

Come one come all, today we have a special deal where you can not only go to Uranus but also to Titania for only the price of Uranus itself. Two trips for the price of one. What a deal! Now some of you might by wondering why we would want to go to Titania, well what if we told you we are holding the annual space basketball game with the players only experiencing 4% of Earths gravity. Its going to be a blast so come and spend your money!

Uranus

When visiting Uranus you must do at least one of the three activities that will be available here. These activities are hangliding, racing through Uranus rings, and any activities that involve skating on ice such as hockey.

Some facts that you should know is that Uranus' orbital period is 84 Earth year, the days last roughly 17 hours and 14 minutes. Due to Uranus' tilt, the weather can be extremely unusual and it is nearly 1.8 billion miles away from the sun. Also make sure to bring multiple jackets because the minimum atmospheric temperature on Uranus is -224 degree Celsius.

Hey guys do you want to ride along with the asteroid Eros, which was discovered in 1898 by Carl Gustav Witt? well here's your chance for only a low price of $1299.99 you can travel along side Eros for 12 weeks! The trip is fun for the whole family and most importantly pets are allowed to come, but we do ask that you keep them in check.

Jupiter

Welcome to Jupiter today we will be listing out three available activities that you can do while in Jupiter. We will be racing spaceships around Jupiter's ring and winner will get a free ticket to the buffet. We will also assist anyone who wants to document the Great Red Spot, however we do advised that you don't do anything crazy since it is still a hurricane. The last activity will be hangliding race through out the planet. 

Some basic fact is that Jupiter's average distance from the sun is roughly 483 million miles, the day last nearly 10 hours, the year last for 12 Earth year, and the average temperature in Jupiter is -234 degrees Fahrenheit.

Neptune

In this lovely ice giant we will be exclusively providing ice type activities and holding competitions such as figure skating, curling, speed skating, luge, hockey, and ice dancing. We welcome all ages, size and experience to this wonderful planet.

Some basics fact are that the planets average distance from the sun is roughly 2.7 billion miles away, the day last for 16 hours and 6 minutes, the year last for 165 Earth year, and the average temperature of Neptune is -353 degrees Fahrenheit. So we heavily suggest that you bring a lot of warm clothing and jackets.

Welcome to Pluto, the icy dwarf planet. Activities on Pluto are robotic ice fishing, figure skating, and and icemobiling (like snowmobiling but on ice).

Some Pluto facts are that it is roughly 3.67 billion miles away, the days on Pluto last roughly 6.4 Earth days, and the year last 247.7 Earth year. The average temperature on Pluto is -229 degrees Celsius.

Ceres

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Ceres. Today we today we will be having a boat/yacht race, a fishing contest, and just free relaxation in the ocean. This is all possible due to being an ocean (possible ocean) on Ceres. 

Ceres average distance from the sun is 414 million miles. The average length of a day and year on Ceres is 9 hours and 4.6 earth year. The average temperature on Ceres is -105 degrees Celsius.

Ganymede

The second moon available is Ganymede, Jupiter's largest moon. The activities that we provide are exploring/hiking the dark side of the moon, which is covered in numerous craters. The second activity is swimming in the salt ocean that is uncovered underneath the surface. The third and last activity is is called robotic bob sledding but on ice, this activity is for those who want to explore the entire moon.

Ganymede's average temperature is -171 degrees Fahrenheit. Ganymede's average day and year length are the same at 172 hours. 

Enceladus

For those who dont want to go to a dwarf planet or a planet, we offer four possible Moons destination. The first moon is Enceladus, one of Saturn's moon. The first activities that we offer is robotic ice fishing where you fish for robotic fish underneath the frozen crust. The the last two activities is bobsleigh and speed skating. Both of these activities on played on custom track.

The average temperature on Enceladus is -201 degrees Celsius and its orbital period is 1.37 Earth day or 33 hours.

Titan

The last available moon that we have here is called Titan, Saturn's largest moon. We offer lava surfacing (possible volcanic activity on titan), jet skiing on Titan's ocean, and and water skiing.

Titan's average temperature is -179 degrees Celsius, allowing methane to be found in its liquid form. A day on titan last for 15 days 22 hours and 41 minutes. The average year on Titan is 16 days.

Iapetus

The third moon that is available is Iapetus, also called the ying-yang moon. We offer the tourist the ability to explore the perpetually dark side of the moon, mountain climbing on the mountain range that almost stretch halfway around the moon, and lastly we offer various ice skating activities and competition on the icy region on the eastern side of the moon.

It rotates once every 10 hours and takes 79 days to make a full revolution. On the dark side of the moon, the temperature is -143 degrees Celsius and on the light side it is -173 degrees Celsius.



Travel book for the Solar System



By: Ricky Thai