Its in the group of gas planets, giant planets and the outer planets.
A group of planets orbiting a star is called a solar system.
All the inner planets are terrestrial planets.
Mercury is one of the four inner planets.
Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars.
Gas Giants/ Jovian Planets
The Muslim Empire group charted the stars and planets.
Venus is a planet in the Solar system group of planets. Within the Solar system, Venus is grouped with the Inner planets, also called the rocky or terrestrial planets.
The four inner, or rocky planets, sometimes known as the terrestrial planets. These are closer to the sun and are hotter.
I think you mean extrasolar planets. Technically, all planets except Earth are "extraterrestrial." At last report there were almost 900 of them, with more to follow. They aren't a "group" in the usual sense, just a category.
The inner planets, also known as rocky or terrestrial planets, do not have significant ring systems.
Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars are called the inner planets.
U can group the planets by size,weight and amount of moons
Solar System (which is the planets AND the central star or sun)
The planets and the sun all together is called a solar system.
Mercury Mars and Venus. Yes and these along with Earth are called the terrestrial planets.
Planets are either earth-like or Jupiter-like.
In our solar system there are four inner, rocky planets, also known as the terrestrial planets. Earth is one of these, the others are Mercury, Venus and Mars.
If you mean that the 'first' 4 planets (mercury, venus, earth and mars) are a group then this group is called the ROCKY planets. Using the same grouping the next 4 planets (jupiter, saturn, uranus and neptune) are called the GAS GIANT planets. see the link I will place below
In order from closest to farthest from the sun, it's Mercury, Venus, Earth, then Mars
A solar system, or just a system.
The planets that are farthest from the sun are called the Outer Planets. They are located outside the asteroid belt.They are (from closest to the sun):JupiterSaturnUranusNeptuneThey are all made up of gases.
A group of planets moving around a star is called a solar system. Planets outside our solar system are called exoplanets. Despite the difficulty of detection, many hundreds have been discovered recently, orbiting other stars.
Starting with the planet closest to the sun: Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars are called the Inner Planets.
A galaxy is a group of stars and planets. Our solar system is one star group in the Milky Way galaxy.
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