When I read this fun fact, I knew it was one teachers would enjoy. Did you know summers on the planet Uranus are 21 Earth years long? Now wouldn’t that be a deserving summer break? Simply plan a summer trip to Uranus and return 21 years later. Be sure to take your family with you!
Summers on Mars are probably more doable. You’d have a little over six months, though noontime summer temps reportedly range from about 70°F at the equator to –225°F at the poles. This definitely puts a kink in a Mars adventure.
So here’s my question: if money were no object (silly thought, I know!), where would you like to spend a week or more of your summer vacation?