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Neptune is a Jovian planet. Which means it is a gas giant.

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Icy and gaseous. Nothing terrestrial or "Earth-like" about it.


Neptune is a gas planet not a terrestrial planet


It is terrestrial. The terrestrial plants are: Mercury Venus Earth Mars Pluto (if you still pretend it's planet. I do!) The gaseous are: Saturn Jupiter Neptune Uranus




No, it is a gaseous planet.


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


Jupiter is the first of the gaseous (Jovian) planets and Mars is the last terrestrial one.


No. Neptune is a gas planet.


A terrestrial planet is made of rock, in which there is life on. A gaseous planet is made of gas, in which there is no life on.


Venus is a rocky inner planet, so it is terrestrial.


A terrestrial planet is made of rock, in which there is life on. However, a gaseous planet is made of gas, in which there is no life on.


Mercury is a terrestrial planet because it has a hot climate and it is close to the sun.


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


Neptune is one of the Jovian planets. It is a gas giant, as opposed to being a terrestrial planet.


Yes, Neptune is a planet with a gaseous atmosphere. It is composed of helium, hydrogen and methane with a molten ammonia core.


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


Neptune is Jovian because it is a gas planet.


It is a terrestrial drawft planet because of its rocky and icy surface


No. Neptune is known as what we call a "gas giant." That means it is made of gas. The word 'terrestrial' means like planet Earth and have a solid surface.


No, Jupiter is not a terrestial planet. It is a gaseous one.


Uranus has a rocky/metal interior but an extensive gaseous envelope makes it a gaseous planet.


No, you could NOT land on Neptune, for it is a GASEOUS planet!


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