The universe is an electromagnetic universe. The physics in space and planetary bodies work very similar to that of magnets in zero gravity. This is why the Earth itself has a magnetic field. It's why the Earth has a northern and southern pole which are magnetically negative and positive. It's why all the planets in this universe align precisely at the equator of the sun, despite how far apart they are. The universe is electromagnetic.
Gravity is an electromagnetic force. The larger the object, the stronger its gravitational force. This is how magnets work. The larger the magnet, the stronger its magnetic force. So, can a human safely land or even *stand* on a supposed "Super Earth" without serious complications? The answer is NO, because, remember, the larger the object, the stronger its gravitational (magnetic) force. Essentially, gravity would increase the larger the planet is, and we'd be crushed by that same force. Our equipment would be crushed, landing would be several times more dangerous since we use primitive fossil fuel propulsion systems for flight, and parachutes - using pockets of air - to resist the force of gravity. It's very primitive. We wouldn't survive on such a planet, let alone, land safely on it!