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Is Earth located inside the asteroid belt?

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Answered 2013-04-14 11:10:12

No most of the asteroids are in the asteroid belt which is between Mars and Jupiter.

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It is outside of the asteroid belt. That is to say it's not within the belt. However, sometimes we say the Earth is located "inside" the asteroid belt. By this we mean Earth is between the Sun and the asteroid belt.


Earth is inside the asteroid belt


The earth is inside the asteroid belt.


Earth is inside the asteroid belt which lies between Mars and Jupiter.


"Inside". That doesn't mean inside the belt itself, of course. It means Earth is between the Sun and the asteroids.


The asteroid belt in our solar system is located in between the orbits of mars and jupiter. Jupiter is located on the side furthest away from Earth so you could say its the outside.


The asteroid belt in the solar system containing planet Earth is between Mars and Jupiter. Venus is closer to the sun than Mars, so it is also inside the asteroid belt.


Yes, the asteroid belt starts properly after the orbit of Mars.


It is not inside of the Asteroid Belt in the sense of being part of it. In terms of the order of orbits from the Sun, Mars is inside the orbit of the Asteroid Belt and Jupiter's orbit is outside the orbit of the Asteroid Belt.


The asteroid belt is beyond the orbit of Mars.


No - the Asteroid belt lies between Mars and Jupiter.


Outside. The asteroid belt is between Mars and Jupiter.


Uranus is a long way outside the asteroid belt.


From the sun it goes Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, ASTEROID belt, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto (although no longer classed as a planet). So the earth is inside the orbit of the asteroid belt.


No the asteroid belt is placed between mars and Jupiter


To be correct, it is inside. The formation is Sun, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars and then Asteroid belt.


Pluto is on the outside of the asteroid belt, and is VERY far away from it.Outside.


The Asteroid Belt is located inside our solar system and inside the Milky Way galaxy,. But all of the above mentioned are outside, as meaning "not inside" haha,. Hope I could help The asteroid belt is between Mars and Jupiter.


The first four planets - Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars - are located before the asteroid belt. The remaining four planets - Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune - are located afterthe asteroid belt. Thus, the asteroid belt separates the inner planets from the outer planets.


Mars is on the inside of the asteroid belt.


Between Earth and the asteroid belt.


No, its an inside planet because it,s inside the asteroid belt.


The planet Jupiter is outside the asteroid belt, which is located in between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.


Neptune is located beyond the asteroid belt as are all the gas giants. In fact, as of Pluto's demotion, Neptune is the farthest planet from the sun.


Yes, or at least in our solar system. Pluto lies outside of the asteroid belt, but it is not considered a planet anymore, so is does not count as terrestrial. Mars, Venus, Earth, Mercury, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are all located inside the asteroid belt.



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