It's pretty debatable still, but Mars looks likely. The atmosphere is practically a vacuum and it has no electromagnetic field to speak of meaning the surface is bombarded with hard radiation all the time. However, it's still a small enough amount in some places it would require over a year's exposure to become life threatening and people could easily avoid the radiation by living underground. There's even water on the planet so it's not entirely hostile to human life.<br />
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However, the big question remaining to be answered is whether humans can survive in 1/3 the gravity of earth. It appears likely and recent advances in dealing with low gravity health issues suggest it is more likely than ever, but nobody has actually done it before and it's exactly the kind of thing people expect to throw surprises at them. Quite a few surprises no doubt. <br />
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If it isn't possible to live in that light a gravity field for more than a few years then Venus is probably the next best possibility because it's gravity is so close to that of earth, but it will require superhuman technology to overcome it's other's problems. The atmospheric pressure on the surface approaches that of 3,000 feet down in the ocean and can crush you like an egg shell. It's hot enough to melt lead and rains sulphuric acid.

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Middle Earth!

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mars

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There are many planets out there similar to earth but sadly i don't know their names. good question however.

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well heaven is the place that i'd really love to be

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