All of the planets are in the same atmosphere.
All of the planets are unique.
All of the planets are considered planets.
All of the planets have moons.
All of the planets are named after a mythical person or thing.
No not all planets are the same age . It depends on when they collided to make a planet
The planets of our solar system are most definitely NOT all the same size.
there are no inner gas planets only outer gas planets but they are the same because they all have rings, they are all made of gas.
All major planets orbit the sun in the same direction because they all were formed on the same plane from the same cloud of gases. There are eight planets in the Solar System.
All of the planets in this universe are different. Some of them may have a same number. I'm am very positive that all planets in the universe do not have the same Diameter or Circumference.
all planets arent the same color because they are all made up of different things
No, they all have differing distances from other planets.
no They are the same shape but not all the same size. Thay are all round.
In all probability, all the planets are about the same age. They formed around the same time as all of the other planets give or take a few million years.
All the planets discovered up to this date moves in same direction except uranus and venus.
All planets do not move in elliptical Orbits in the same direction .unless venus .
because there outer planets
The planets all go around the sun in the same direction because all the planets in this solar system were created from the same cloud of dust and gas that created the sun.
Actually, the planets aren't all the same distance away.
No. All of the outer planets, (unincluding the dwarf planet Pluto) are all made of gas, and far larger than the inner planets.
All of the planets in our solar system orbit the sun in the same direction.
All planets are radioactive, considering that they are all formed from the same interstellar dust, which is radioactive.
No,because not all the planets are the same.