Just look at that thing. Banditos could hide gold in there, and probably have.
Now as to the actual point of this post: Do you think the Norse Gods are worshiped on other worlds? I mean as powerful as Odin seems to be (when he's not asleep, anyway), it would seem like the number of mortals who would not only know of him and his people , but would worship them, would be larger than a relatively small proportion of the population of one minor planet, which orbits a dinky star.
So has that been covered in a Thor comic? Thor shows up on an alien world, and finds out that as the Son of Odin, he is revered by the people?
This actually lead to another thought. We often create a picture of what our Supreme Beings look like, based on certain notions of what they ought to look like. So, is it possible that having arrived on an alien world that worships him, but whose inhabitants don't look a bit human, that Thor's outward appearance would change to meet the expectations of his followers? Odin is pretty powerful, so I'm sure he could do the shape-change bit, and assume a form that would appeal to the residents, which would tend to inform their opinions of what his fellow gods (or offspring) would look like. I mean, the closest I've ever seen to this was when Odin-Power Thor was an active presence on Earth, but he looked human, so it would be hard to tell if people's perceptions altered his image.
Or would Odin have simply appeared on the world as is, and counted on his displays of power and generosity to win over the people, regardless of how he looked?