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Is it possible for a planet like Naboo to exist?

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No, Naboo can not exist.

The immense pressure in the core of a planet (Earth: $~300 \text{ GPa}$) would turn the water into exotic forms of ice enter image description here

So, the core will definitely not be liquid. Travelling through there is not advisable.

Then there is the problem of dry land - the continents would need to be floating, so they need to be lighter than water. (on planetary scales, stone is not rigid enough to withstand deformation)

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