Here’s Exactly How New York City Would Suck on Other Planets

May 17, 2013 | Marina Galperina

Hey, New York. Enjoying the weather today? The warm temperature, the lovely breeze, the breathable atmosphere, the lack of gravity storm vortexes swallowing up the sidewalk as it thunders along towards you? Being on Earth is pretty nice. Now, here’s artist Nickolay Lamm of StorageFront and astrobiologist Marilyn Browning Vogel, taking you through the unpleasantries of interplanetary New Yorks.

Mercury would bake your city and bury it underneath volcanic dust.

Venus would drench and sizzle it with sulfuric acid rains.

On Saturn, New York could get wrapped inside an a powerful storm suddenly and that’s it for that. Womp womp.

And Neptune? Fuhgeddaboudit.