Can you put the planets in order including the asteroid belt?
Murcury, Venus, Earth, Mars, ASEROID BELT, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune. ( and pluto )
In our solar system; Inner planets are planets that have an orbit which lies within the asteroid belt. Outer planets are planets which have an orbit which lies outside the orbit of the asteroid belt. The asteroid belt lies between Mars and Jupiter. Therefore the inner planets would be in order away form the sun, Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars. The outer planets in the same order are; Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.
Saturn is outside the asteroid belt. It is one of the outer planets rather than the inner planets, and that determination is made by whether they are between the Sun and the Asteroid Belt, or not. The order goes like this: The Sun Mercury Venus Earth Mars >>> Asteroid Belt <<< Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto etc.
The solar system can be divided in two parts, by the asteroid belt. The planets that are closer to the sun than the asteroid belt are Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars. These are the inner planets. The planets more distant from the sun than the asteroid belt are Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. Those are the outer planets. And even farther out are the dwarf planets and comets.