Mercury and Mars are the only planets smaller than Venus.
There are three planets in our solar system that are smaller than Earth. These planets are Mars, Venus, and Mercury
Venus, Mars and Mercury are smaller than the Earth.
Mars, Mercury, and all the dwarf planets and minor planets (asteroids) are smaller than venus. as of yet, there are no exoplanets smaller than venus, except one orbiting a pulsar, PSR B1257+12, that is only .02 (thats smaller than Ceres, the smallest dwarf planet)
Mercury, Venus, and Mars have a smaller mass than Earth.
3 of the 8 planets (Mercury, Venus, Mars) are smaller than Earth.
Mercury, Venus, Mars
Pluto is not a planet so that would be Mercury is 13.72% smaller. Venus is 0.23% smaller. Mars is 9.42% smaller. So that means 3 planets are smaller than Earth.
Yes. The inner planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars, and they are smaller than the outer planets: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.
Three planets have diameters smaller than Earth's: Mercury, Venus, and Mars.
There are two such planets: Venus and Earth.
Of the 8 major planets, Venus is third smallest, after Mercury and Mars. All of the dwarf planets, including Pluto, are also smaller than Venus.