Saturn is not a gaseous, Saturn is rocky
It is "rocky".
The "terrestrial planets" are rocky and the "gas giant planets" are gaseous.
Gaseous - hydrogen and helium mainly
Jupiter's moon, Callisto, a large rocky/icy body, was discovered in year 1610 by Galileo Galilei.
Rocky, after all people have landed on it...
Jupiter is a gaseous planet.
Gaseous--all planets between the asteroid belt and Pluto are gaseous.
the rocky planets are small, dense, and rocky, while the gaseous planets are huge, less dense, and made up mainly of gas
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Uranus has a rocky/metal interior but an extensive gaseous envelope makes it a gaseous planet.
Planets that are not gaseous are described as rocky.
Rocky surface but very gaseous atmosphere.
Venus is not a gaseous planet. It is a rocky planet covered by cloud.
The non-gaseous planets, called Rocky planets are Mercury, Venues, Earth and Mars.
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The four inter. Plants are rocky and the other plants are gases
Ceres is not a gaseous planet. Ceres is not a planet, it is a dwarf planet. Ceres has a rocky surface.
No. Pluto is a rocky/icy dwarf planet. In fact, no dwarf planets are gaseous.
Rocky. It is too small to have enough gravity to retain a significant amount of gas.
The moon is rocky - astronauts even brought back some of the rocks to study.
yes!! mercury is a rocky planet. lets just make this easier. i have recently learned that the first four planets are rocky and the last four are gaseous that makes mercury venus earth and mars rocky and Jupiter Saturn uranus and neptune gaseous. i have back up by my teachers and if you look up the question "which planets are rocky?" they have given the same answer.
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Rocky planets and gaseous planets.
Mercury is one of the four Rocky or inner planets. Also known as a terrestrial planet.
None do; by definition, an atmosphere is gaseous or liquid, while a 'rocky' thing would be solid.
The Outer planets are often referred to as Gaseous planets. The others are the "inner planets" or rocky planets.
The sun is made up of gasses only.
Venus is a land (rocky) planet.
Uranus is a gas planet.
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Four of each.
Planets orbit around the sun. The 4 planets closer to the sun are: 1.Mercury=1st small and rocky planet 2.Venus=2nd small and rocky planet and sometimes a moon 3.Earth=our home planet and 3rd small and rocky planet 4.Mars=4th small and rocky planet The 4 planets that are far away from the sun are: 1.Jupiter=1st biggest planet and 1st not rocky and gaseous planet 2.Saturn=2nd biggest planet and 2nd not rocky and gaseous planet 3.Uranus=3rd not rocky… Read More
Gaseous. It's made up of mostly hydrogen, helium and methane, but has traces of water vapor and carbon dioxide/monoxide.
Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto all have rough, icey surfaces. Io has a smoother, rocky surface.
Venus is a rocky inner planet, so it is terrestrial.
It is a terrestrial drawft planet because of its rocky and icy surface
They are all rocky as opposed to gaseous or ice.
Although Venus has thick clouds covering its surface, it is still classed as a rocky planet, like Earth. It has a solid rocky surface, unlike the gas giants.
The inner planets are rocky. It is the outer planets that are gaseous.
well, is the earth rocky or are we all floating in gases? Terrstrial.
Average density of the planet
Well actually Saturn is not a rocky planet it is a gas planet that's why it is one of the gas giants and also cause there big.
Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are the gaseous planets in our solar system.
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Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are all made of various gases
No, stars are gaseous. More precisely, they are so hot that their matter is in a state known as "plasma".
Jupiter is bigger than Earth and is gaseous rather than rocky.
No, Mars is only about half the size of Earth and it is a solid, rocky planet.
Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars are the Rocky planets. They are called so simply because they are rocky, their outer layer is solid. All other planets in the solar system are gaseous.