Jupiter is a gas giant planet.
Mercury is terrestrial. Jupiter is Jovian (gas giant).
Jupiter is one of the four gas giant planets, the outer planets.
No. It is a gas giant. Terrestrial planets are planets that are mainly made of land.
No, Jupiter is a gas giant, with only a small rocky core.No. Jupiter is a gas planet, regardless of what year it is.
Its a "Gas Giant". :) Saturn, Uranus and Neptune are also Gas Giants.
Gas Giant. Saturn is the second largest planet in our solar system, after Jupiter.
No. Jupiter is a gas giant, so it has no solid, terrestrial surface. As such, it does not have any soil.
Uranus along with Neptune, Saturn and Jupiter are all gas giants.
Jupiter =] Jupiter is incorrect. It is considered a Gas Giant not a terrestrial planet. The answer is Mars with it's two known moons.
Neither, it is a `moon` or natural satellite orbiting Jupiter.
Mars is a terrestrial or rocky metallic planet. Jovian means Jupiter like, or gas giant.
The outer four planets, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are all Gas Giants.So Neptune is a Gas Giant.
Is earth a gas giant or a rocky terrestrial
It is not a gas giant, therefore it must be a terrestrial.
Mercury is a terrestrial (rocky) planet. The four gas giants in our solar system are Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.
Neptune is a gas giant. The outer four planets, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are all gas giants.
Mars is a terrestrial planet, not a gas giant planet.
A terrestrial planet, Gas giant planets are made of gas....
Jupiter is a gas giant
These are the four outer gas giant planets; Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.
The Moon is not a gas giant. Gas giant planets are planets like Jupiter and Saturn which have no solid surface, and are completely covered with high pressure gas. The Moon is a rocky, "terrestrial" body.
In short, no, as Jupiter is considered a 'gas giant' and as such does not have a well defined surface for volcanoes (or any terrestrial features) to form on.
Gas planets like Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune and Saturn have no plates.
Mars is a terrestrial planet, not a gas giant. Mars is a terrestrial planet because the majority of it is rock, not gas.