Terrestrial Planets Cruise

Mercury, Venus, and Mars! Oh my!

Coming in May of 2035!

The route that will be taken will be from Mercury, Venus, and then to Mars. This cruise will last 2 weeks and will cover millions of miles throughout space. An opportunity to get out on every planet and have excursions will be offered. You won't want to miss this once in a lifetime cruise!
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Mercury

Mercury is the closest to the Sun and also the smallest out of all 8 planets. It would take 18 Mercury's to put inside Earth. Mercury doesn't travel in a circle, but in an ellipse. At some points in time it can be 46 million km away from the Sun, but other times it can be as far as 70 million km away. Mercury is made out of all sorts of metal like iron. There are hundreds of craters on Mercury from rocks falling from space since it has no blanket of air around it like Earth does. Mercury has the most extreme of temperatures since it is close to the Sun; very hot during the day, and freezing at night. Mercury goes around the Sun once every 88 days. It was named after a Greek messenger god. They called the planet Mercury because it moved around so quickly and always in a different location.
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Venus

Venus is the hottest planet in the Solar System. It is 17 million miles away from the Sun. It has a toxic atmosphere that collects heat and stores it under the clouds on the planet. Venus is filled with thousands of active volcanoes and sulfuric acid clouds on the surface. It has a very high amount of surface pressure. Because of all the gases on Venus' surface, it is the brightest and can be seen from Earth. It is made of materials similar to Earth, and has the same gravitational pull and is basically the same size. Venus' orbit around the Sun takes 225 days. It got its name from the Roman goddess of love and beauty.
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Mars

Mars is the second smallest planet in the Solar System. Mars is a reddish color because of the iron oxide on its surface. Mars has craters, valleys, mountains, and even ice caps. Mars got its name from the god of War. They probably called it this because of its red color. Mars has varying temperatures because of its elliptical orbit. It gets as hot as 80 degrees F and and cold as -270 degrees F. It takes Mars 687 days to get fully around the Sun. Mars is smaller than Earth but also the most livable planet other than Earth. Mars can be from 207 million-247 million km away from the Sun, making it not as hot as Mercury, Venus, or Earth.
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Join Us!

We would love to have you take part in our terrestrial planet cruise! Apply today and submit your first $3,000! The cost for the entire trip is only a little 2 million dollars! Join us, we promise you won't regret it.