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Neptune is Jovian because it is a gas planet.


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

it is a Jovian planet. Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are all Jovian, while Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars are terrestrial planets.

The Terrestrial planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars. The Jovian planets are Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.

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

Terrestrial planet are the inner planet. mostly composed with rock and metal. Terrestrial planet are:Mercury,Venus,Earth, and Mars Jovian planet are a gas giant and the outer planet. Jovian planet are:Jupiter,Saturn,Uranus,Neptune

The furthest of the Jovian (outer four) planets is Neptune.(Mercury-Venus-Earth-Mars)-Asteroid Belt-[Jupiter-Uranus-Neptune](-)=terrestrial (earth-like) [-]=Jovian (No solidsurface)

No. The terrestrial planets are the rocky ones - Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars.The Jovian or outer planets are Jupiter, Saturn Uranus and Neptune.Uranus and Neptune are also called Ice Giants.

Mars is not a Jovian planet, so it is a Terrestrial planet.

There are 4 terrestrial planets:MercuryVenusEarthMarsThere are 4 Jovian planets (gas giants):JupiterSaturnUranusNeptuneFurthermore, all 5 dwarf planets are terrestrial:CeresPlutoHaumeaMakemakeEris

Mercury is not a Jovian planet, so it is a Terrestrial planet.

The Jovian planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune) are composed of gases and pressurized liquids. Whereas, the four inner terrestrial planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars) are composed of rock and iron.

Venus is a terrestrial planet.

Saturn is a Jovian planet.

The diameter of a terrestrial and jovian planets are comparable in the sense that the objects orbiting on a terrestrial level are often much bigger than those of jovian planets.

Jupiter is a Jovian Plant. The adjective Jovian has come to mean anything associated with Jupiter; and by extension, a Jupiter-like planet. The Jovian planets are the gas giants: Jupiter, Saturn, and Neptune. Many, if not most, of the exoplanets discovered to date appear to be Jovian. By contrast, terrestrial, aka telluric, aka rocky planets differ significantly from the gas giant/Jovian planets in that they are composed primarily of metals and silicate rocks (hence "rocky" planets) like Earth, aka Terra (from which we get the word terrestrial) and are "Earth-like" as opposed to "jupiter-like"/Jovian. The terrestrial planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars. All the dwarf planets are also more terrestrial than jovian.

No. Planets are broadly divided into two categories: terrestrial planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars) and Jovian planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune).

No. Jovian planets are much larger than terrestrial planets.

Jovian planets are all gas giants. They have no solid surface and are just made of gas. They are Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars are all terrestrial planets meaning they have solid surfaces.

the Terrestrial planets are the four closest and th Jovian planets are the farthestjoivoin

No. The Jovian planets are much more massive than the terrestrial planets.

Yes, Jovian planets are much larger than terrestrial planets.

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

No, there is more hydrogen on the Jovian planets then the terrestrial ones.

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