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How are planets different from each other?

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The planets differ in size and what they are made up of. Some are gas planets, others are solid. Some have multiple moons, some don't have any moons.

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different distances depend on the size

So they don't run into each other.

The Outer Planets are all different sizes and rotate differently. For example, Uranus rotates on its side.

planets have diffrent facts of other planets because of there size and distance from sun

The inner planets have more oxygen then the outer planets so thats what makes them different from each other

By definition a characteristic shared with other planets CAN NOT make it different from other planets.

In our solar system, planets orbit the Sun, they do not orbit each other.

The gravitational pull of the sun is stronger than the other planets, resulting in the planets revolving around the sun instead of the planets attracting to each other.

They would have banged into each other, split up, gone off in different directions and regrouped into planets with different orbits.

The planets in the solar system all orbit the Sun and not each other. It might be possible for a pair of planets to orbit each other in another solar system.

The planets in the solar system move around the sun, not around each other.

because of the gravitational pull of the other planets that are in line with each other

how is earth different from the othetr inner planets

yes there is other creatures living on different planets

Weight (as opposed to mass) is the result of being pulled down by Earth. Different planets have different mass of their own so that each one pulls with a different force. Your mass will not change on different planets because mass is a measure of the amount of material present.

because the gravatational pull from the sun and other planets keep the planets going in a circler motion and not bumping into each other.Answerbecause the gravatational pull from the sun and other planets keep the planets going in a circler motion and not bumping into each other. the planets each have defined Elliptical, not circular, orbits that remain constant because of gravitational pull of the sun and from each other. Pluto does have such an elliptical orbit that for a time it was closer than Neptune, but they will never collide with their current paths.

It is a dwarf planet. It is smaller than the other planets.

No, they all have differing distances from other planets.

the way the outer gas planets are similar to each other is that their all made out of gas and the rocky inner planets are made out of rock .

Because gravities are different on other planets which will affect your weight.

Mars is different(Pluto & The Moon are both different aswell)because it has no Atmosphere and all the other planets do.

Astronauts do go to different planets !

No, usually the planets are in different directions. Every few years two or three of them line up.

The Inner Planets areMercury,Venus, Earthand Mars. These are the four planets closest to the Sun. Although each planet is very different from each other, they do all share a number of characteristics. The main similarities are that they all have solid surfaces, are fairly similar in size, especially when compared with the Outer Planets, possess a small number of moons and take a relatively short length of time to complete an orbit around the Sun. In space terms, they are also quite close to each other. The diagram below shows the orbits of the four Inner Planets. It shows how close they are to each other when compared to Jupiter, the first of the Outer Planets.

The Inner planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars. They are the planets closest to the sun. They are similar in that they all have solid surfaces, are almost the same size and have at least one moon.


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