Your trip to Jupiter and its Galilean moons may be cut short by an untimely death from radiation poisoning.
Saturn's enormous north pole hexagon makes for an intriguing landmark.
Tourist season on Uranus comes every 42 Earth years, according to "Vacation Guide to the Solar System" — when one pole faces the sun and the other is shrouded in shadow.
A popular pastime on Uranus, in the world of the book, is to jump down through the gases of the planet's atmosphere.
Neptune's dramatic cloudscape hosts the fastest winds in the solar system.
Waiting for a Trip
If you plan to visit Pluto, the next time it'll be nearing its closest point to Earth will come in 2237.
Be sure to explore Pluto's imposing, pink Al-Idrisi mountains and the planet's extensive glaciers.
Skiing on Pluto
Or go skiing on Pluto; it works best on the dwarf planet's methane snowcaps. A typical jump could launch you 24 feet in the air, but it'll take a while to build up speed. Wherever you go, though, enjoy your journey.
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