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The Main Asteroid Belt.

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The asteroid belt separating Mars and Jupiter is called the Main Asteroid Belt.


The asteroid belt does not have moons: it has asteroids, which is why it is called the asteroid belt!


Our moon is not in the asteroid belt. No planet's moon is in the asteroid belt or it would not be a moon.


Mars is not in the asteroid belt. The Asteroid Belt is between Mars and Jupiter.


It is spelled: Asteroid Belt


As the name suggests - asteroids.


It can get as cold as it can. The farther the planet with an asteroid belt is from the sun, the colder the asteroid belt gets :)


Main asteroid beltThe asteroid belt


Two parts of the asteroid belt, the inner belt is closer to the Sun and the outer belt is further from the Sun.


The Asteroid belt is Black-Brown


The asteroid belt does not have an atmosphere.


No. Saturn is beyond the asteroid belt.


The asteroid belt is not in Jupiter.


Venus is not in any asteroid belt.


The main asteroid belt is actually called the asteroid belt - pretty dull really.


it is ceres because scientists have looked for planets there n they found ceres which is the biggest asteroid


why is there an asteroid belt in front of jupiter?


Asteroid belt is between Mars and Jupiter.



Earth is inside the asteroid belt



no its in the outer side of the asteroid belt


It is outside of the asteroid belt. That is to say it's not within the belt. However, sometimes we say the Earth is located "inside" the asteroid belt. By this we mean Earth is between the Sun and the asteroid belt.


the asteroid belt is located betwen mars and jupeter.


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.



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