The good news is, if you beam down, you'll only experience one of the three, and that for a split second.
So what's it like at the poles?
Our current belief with hot gas giants like this is that conditions at the poles are pretty much like the equator, but throw in solar storms so intense you might just get fatal radiation exposure before your body is torn apart. There's pretty much no version of these planets where you get to beam back up, even their moons (if they have any) would be molten, irradiated blobs.
Could be worse, though. Kepler 70b and 70c were actually inside their host start at one point.
Just put on your best sunblock and an umbrella, you'll be fine. Those of you with asthma should make sure to take your inhalers.
New home of the Romulan Republic.
I have an idea for what Season 11 should be; Season 11: The Big Bug Fix.
I have not been able to read my bug tickets in over a year, not even the tickets about not being able to see my tickets.
I find the drama of your signature proof of your immaturity, this means you, DR whiners.