A challenge for you: What's the most interesting place in the solar system?

This, of course, is a very open question that depends entirely on what the person who's answering it finds interesting.

So this is what's going to happen: you're going to answer this one for me. I'll do my own, of course, but I want your responses too, which I will include as guest posts under the tag "most interesting" (click to see what other people have said!).

Here's your question:

What, to you, is the most interesting place in our solar system, and why?

I want short posts, long posts, audio and video posts, picture posts, wordy posts, comic posts, speculative posts, factual posts, posts from kids, posts from adults, posts from adults who haven't grown up, posts from mathematicians and astronomers, posts from traffic wardens, heavy machinery operators, checkout assistants, estate agents and doers, dreamers and thinkers.

You get the drift. Get in touch.

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  1. I like the moons of Jupiter. There are so many of them, and they are all really different and have really cool names! You have Ganymede with all its ice, Io which is the most volcanic place known, Europa with all its crisscrossing lines, and which might have an ocean under all the ice, maybe with life in it! I think those moons are definitely worth learning more about and I find them really interesting.

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  2. I think the most interesting place in our solar system is the Earth. I don't say that to be awkward :-) and I know there any many, many wondrous things out there that we either know of or are yet to discover, but I always think the image of our planet from space is the most beautiful and awe-inspiring thing I've ever seen. The shapes, colours and gentleness of it all warm the heart and remind us how lucky we are. It's home, and out of all the places we know of, it's where I'd choose to live.

    That's why I'd vote for the Earth.

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  3. I want guest posts, people! Stop posting spoilers here ;-)

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  4. Other than Earth, the Hexagonal shaped polar cloud on Saturn.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XX4QQ9latG0

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  5. Besides Earth, I would say Saturn because its' rings are so beautiful.

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  6. Booda and TQOP, I'd LOVE you to write a guest post about your opinions!

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