The Planet of Mercury!!!

By: Maya Maali Period 3

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Your Experience

The Space Station of the World will have several locations around the world. We will fly you to mercury for as long as you want, for a low price of 499.99 per person. The scientist and engineers at The Space of the World have built a super shuttle. It would usually take 52 days to get to Mercury but with our high speed shuttle (The Sonic Speeder) it will only take you 4 days. You will get amazing service for your 4 day trip with breakfast, lunch, and dinner included. Your car and transportation will be provided, you will be able to rent cars but if you are moving there you can buy one. The hotel is air conditioned with free Wi-Fi and an indoor pool and spa. Our hotel has regular air so you can take off your space suit. The accommodations on we have made, are that we are gonna give every person 2 free oxygen tanks and 1 suit per person. To survive humans have to wear a spacesuit with a big oxygen tank. To adapt to these conditions humans will live in air conditioned hotels and wear a spacesuit at all times. Every human will be equipped with a sword in case of extraterrestrial creatures. Mercury will have malls, food courts, and shopping centers. Mercury will also have a movie theater (Mercury Movies) including movies like Harry Martian, and almost everything on earth that you wanna do. Mercury has also more advanced than earth with it's flying cars, hover boards, and many more. Our TV's will have cable including shows like Once upon a martian, Gravity martians, and more.

Facts about Mercury

Mercury is the closest planet to the sun, so that means you can get a tan a whole lot faster. Mercury is 801 Fahrenheit so you can go swimming everyday. Mercury is the smallest planet in the solar system but it's the funnest. Mercury zips around the sun faster than any other planet. Scientist think that there is an ice crater in Mercury so that means you can go ice skating. Mercury is 35,980,000, miles from the sun. A regular day on Mercury is 58d 15h and 30m. Mercury was named after the swift-footed messenger Roman god. Mercury's atmosphere contains small amounts of hydrogen, helium, and oxygen. It also has even tinier amounts of sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium. Some of the gas particles come from solar wind. Others are made by radioactive decay or when micrometeorites smash into the surface. But no fear, we have found out a way to take it out all the harmful stuff. For every 2 orbits of the Sun, which takes around 88 Earth days, Mercury completes three rotations around of its axis. Mercury has no moons.

When you go

You should bring a spacesuit, a lot of oxygen tanks (based on how long you are gong), sunscreen, clothes, and whatever you need because Mercury has free Wi-Fi.