School: Benjamin Franklin Elementary School
Teacher: John Bower
City: Glen Ellyn, Illinois
I think we should visit Oberon next instead of Ariel or Titania. It might be easier to find a landing spot with all of Oberon’s craters. It might also be easier to take core samples with it being heavily cratered and then we could study the unknown black substance lining the bottom of some of the craters. Lastly, Oberon may be geologically active.
Lastly, I think that we should study how moonquakes and other natural hazards like landslides are on other planets or moons with different atmospheres and gravitational pulls. I would suggest bringing a seismometer to measure for moonquakes so we can find out the composition of the inside of Oberon. I think that we should send a lander, rover, or probe to Oberon for all these reasons.