# Science question

for my science project I have to chose a planet that I would like to visit. I choose "Venus."

I know it's not possible to travel to Venus, but I don't believe man has visited in other planet in our solar system, besides the moon.

and the moon isn't really qualified as a planet, is and it isn't.

Anyway for my project I have to explain why I would go there and what data I would collect, but I can't think....

Any examples?

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