Some Problems With Low-Gravity Planets

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I’m trying to convince a FanFiction author that having humans live on a planet with a surface gravity of 0.73 G is detrimental to his story. He seems to think low gravity is cool. I did manage to talk him up from 0.64 G.I have thought up a number of reasons why an ‘Earth-like’ 0.73 G planet orbiting in the ‘life zone’ of a G-type star would not be suitable for humans. Some of them are difficulties with the planet itself, others are problems humans would have living at 0.73 G. Have a look, tell me if I’m right, or full of shit, or if I’ve missed anything.First, a planet that small would almost certainly have a cold core. No volcanic activity, no plate tectonics, and no significant magnetic field. After a few hundred million years all mountains are worn down to hills, and there are no major rock masses remaining on the surface. The only forces altering the surface to more than twenty meters deep are meteoric impacts. Limited to no outgassing from deeper than 1,000 meters except as a result of those impacts. At least you don’t have to worry about earthquakes.

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