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Answered 2015-09-29 09:48:52

Its a "Gas Giant". :) Saturn, Uranus and Neptune are also Gas Giants.


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I'm assuming you mean "Is Jupiter a terrestrial or gas planet?" It is a gaseous planet.

Mercury is terrestrial. Jupiter is Jovian (gas giant).

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.

Jupiter is one of the four gas giant planets, the outer planets.

terrestrial... there made of rock and considerably smaller than the gas giants jupiter and saturn

Neptune is a gas and not a terrestrial planet. The other gas planets in the solar system are Saturn, Uranus and Jupiter.

Jupiter =] Jupiter is incorrect. It is considered a Gas Giant not a terrestrial planet. The answer is Mars with it's two known moons.

No. Jupiter is a gas giant, so it has no solid, terrestrial surface. As such, it does not have any soil.

The Terrestrial Planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars. The Gas Giants are Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus, and Neptune.

Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars are terrestrial Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune are gaseous

Mars is a terrestrial or rocky metallic planet. Jovian means Jupiter like, or gas giant.

Mercury is a terrestrial (rocky) planet. The four gas giants in our solar system are Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.

All of the gas giants.JupiterSaturnUranusNeptune

Neither, it is a `moon` or natural satellite orbiting Jupiter.

Jupiter is a gas giant. HOWEVER, a comet smashed Into it some years back, so that would make it a rocky planet as well.

Gas Giant. Saturn is the second largest planet in our solar system, after Jupiter.

No. It's a rocky terrestrial planet. The gas giants are Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus, and Neptune.

Uranus along with Neptune, Saturn and Jupiter are all gas giants.

Jupiter is first outer gas giant planets from the Sun. Jupiter is an outer planet, or "Jovian" planet, or non-terrestrial planets.

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.

The terrestrial planets are; Mercury Venus, Earth, Marswhile the gas planets are; Jupiter Saturn uranus and neptune hope that helps u!!

Gas planets like Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune and Saturn have no plates.

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