Does weather work different on other planets?


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Jaimie  JT Profile
Jaimie JT answered

Yes , I know this because I'm very scientifical. That's a word.

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Jaimie  JT
Jaimie JT commented
Lol :) I'm a walking calmity but I really like my nose ... So I won't dive into the lamps nose first :O
Ancient Hippy
Ancient Hippy commented
What about ceiling lights, did you ever break a ceiling light?
Jaimie  JT
Jaimie JT commented
No I haven't yet but I take a 3 hour yoga class every Monday night so .... Could happen :p stay tuned to this bat Channel :p
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Tom Jackson answered

  • I guess it depends on the atmosphere of the planet in question.
  • From the internet:

    Weather:  The state of the atmosphere at a place and time as regards heat, dryness, sunshine, wind, rain, etc.An atmosphere (from Greek ἀτμός (atmos), meaning "vapour", and σφαῖρα (sphaira), meaning "sphere"[1][2]) is a layer of gases surrounding a planet or other material body, that is held in place by the gravity of that body. An atmosphere is more likely to be retained if its gravity is high and the atmosphere's temperature is low.

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Alayna Yay answered

Yes! But they may have similar weather phenomenons. Mars has dust devils. Jupiter and Saturn have cyclones, et cetera.

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