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.
Outside. Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars are inside the astroid belt while Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto are outside.
Pluto's orbit sometimes carries inside the orbit of Neptune. One time, Pluto was stuck in Neptune's orbit for around 20 years.
The orbits of Pluto and Neptune cross, so sometimes Pluto is inside Neptune's orbit.
Pluto has a longer year than Neptune, because Pluto (usually!) is beyond Neptune's orbit. Pluto has a very eccentric orbit; for part of its orbit, Pluto is actually closer to the Sun than Neptune. But Pluto makes up for it by swinging far outside of Neptune's orbit for most of the Plutonian "year".
For 20 years, from1979 to 1999, Neptune was actually farther from the sun than Pluto.
Uranus and Neptune, although Pluto's orbit sometimes goes inside Neptune's orbit.
Pluto's orbit passes inside the orbit of Neptune.
== == Most of the time the answer would be Neptune. But for about 15 years of Pluto's orbit, it is inside Neptune's orbit, so during those times the answer would be Uranus. Pluto is currently beyond Neptune's orbit.
Neptune is inside our solar system.
Neptune is outside the asteroid belt.
Pluto's unusual orbit causes it to travel inside Neptune's orbit.
Pluto's orbit sometimes takes it inside Neptune's orbit. This happens for about 20 years of Pluto's 248 year orbit. It last happened between 1979 and 1999.
Neptune is always outside the asteroid belt
It's in Neptune's orbit
It is an outside planet
All eight of them, plus (sometimes) the dwarf planet Pluto which has an orbit that brings it inside and outside the orbit of Neptune.
It is inside the solar system.
Pluto is on the outside of the asteroid belt, and is VERY far away from it.Outside.
The terms inside planet and outside planet only refer to planets. Dwarf planets like Pluto are not usually categorized that way, but technically speaking, Pluto could considered an outside dwarf planet.
No, Pluto orbits the sun. Neptune affects Pluto's orbit, but Pluto doesn't go around Neptune.
None. The orbit of Pluto is sometimes 'inside' the orbit of Neptune but Pluto isn't a planet.