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  1. MoltonMontro

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    Because we know more about Mars, and the Asteroid Belt is easier than Mercury and Venus? That's my assumption, but I also think that Mercury would have required a tier 3 rocket (I did some math, but I'm not sure how far each rocket can actually travel from Earth.)
     
  2. GamerARK13

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    And well if you go anywhere near mercury or venus YOU and YOUR SHIP will probably explode into a flaming ball of fire.

    With that said you would probably freeze to death if you tried to go past neptune if it weren't for the thermal plating.
     
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    Well, your ship might overheat or become corroded once entering the Venus atmosphere. Yet, we already have imaginary oxygen systems inside the rocket, why not have a thermal cooling system?
     
  4. GamerARK13

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    Maybe but it would need to be extremely powerful as you get closer to the sun and you would also need radiation protection plates, I might be wrong but I think the sun emits radiation up close.
     
  5. LividPumpkin

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    yep i also wondered about the radiation
     
  6. AcapitalA

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    For what i know the sun emits radiation to even beyond Earth, we don't notice it because the Earth has a magnetic field if i'm correct.
     

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