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Are any of the planets on a asteroid belt?

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2012-06-14 21:48:56
2012-06-14 21:48:56

No, the asteroid belt orbits the Sun somewhere beyond Mars, but not as far as Jupiter.

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There aren't any planets within our solar system that have an asteroid belt themselves. There is, however, an asteroid belt located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.


Technically speaking, the asteroid belt doesn't "run through" any planets but between two planets. As such, the asteroid belt is located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.


The Asteroid Belt has no effect on any of the major planets of our solar system.


There are no planets in the asteroid belt. There are asteroids and the dwarf planet Ceres.


Mars is an "inner planet", but it's not in the main asteroid belt. There are the inner planets, then the asteroid belt, then the outer planets.


The first four planets - Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars - are located before the asteroid belt. The remaining four planets - Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune - are located afterthe asteroid belt. Thus, the asteroid belt separates the inner planets from the outer planets.


The asteroid belt is in-between the inner and outer planets.


The planets that are after the asteroid belt are: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, [Pluto].


the asteroid belt is located between the planets mars and Jupiter


Because they are in the asteroid belt. The planets that are outside of the asteroid belt are called the outer planets.


The asteroid belt it between Mars and Jupiter, separating in inner planets from the outer planets.


The asteroid belt is between Jupiter and Mars.


The asteroid belt is located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. As such, the outer planets (or Jovian planets) can be said to be outside the asteroid belt. That is, they are located beyond the belt and are therefore further away from the sun than the belt.


The asteroid belt is located between the planets of Mars and Jupiter.


I don't think so because the asteroid belt is in between Mars and Jupiter the real question you should ask is if there any planets in-between mars and Jupiter.. Updated by PieLover8303: There are not any planets inside the asteroid belt. If there ever were/was, they are surely crushed because the asteroids would tear that planet to bits until it was classified as an asteroid itself.


Ceres is the only dwarf planet in the asteroid belt.


The asteroid belt is between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter


None. Ceres is the only dwarf planet in the asteroid belt.


The Asteroid Belt is located between the planets Mars and Jupiter. The dwarf planet Ceres orbits within the Asteroid Belt, as do the protoplanets Vesta and Pallas.


The planets nearer the sun than the asteroid belt are; Mars Earth Venus Mercury


It is one of the outer planets, it is not in the asteroid belt it is the first one beyond it.


The asteroid belt is located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.


The Asteroid Belt is located in between the orbit of Mars and Jupiter.


The asteroid belt is between Jupiter and Mars.


The Asteroid Belt is between the orbit on Mars and Jupiter.



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