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Inner planets are terrestrial planets outer are jovian planets

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inner are terestrial and outter are jovian


Gas Giants or Jovian planets


The size. The gaseous Jovian planets are far larger than the inner terrestrial planets.


Outer planets it is Jupiter Saturn Uranus and Neptune


A Jovian planet is an Outer Planet. The four Jovian planets in our Solar System are Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. So the Inner Planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars) are the planets in our Solar System at are not Jovian planets.


The inner, or Terrestrial planets are very small in comparison to the outer, or Jovian planets. The smallest Jovian planet, Uranus, is 14.5 times larger than the largest Terrestrial planet, Earth.


they are different as the first 4 inner planets are known as terrestrial planets andouter are known as jovian planets.


because all of the outer planets or jovian planets are all big and it is made up of gas unlike the inner or terrestrial planets, they are made of rocks.


The inner planets are called, "Terran" planets after the Latin name for Earth: 'Terra'. The outer planets are called, "Jovian" planets after the name Jupiter. Jupiter??? Yeah, the Greek God Jupiter was called, "Jove" in Latin, hence 'Jovian'.


The outer planets are called the Jovian planets, and the inner planets are called Terran planets. In each case, the name comes from the planet that starts the series . . . Jovian planets are named from Jupiter, and Terran planets are named from Earth. HUH? Well, "Jovian" comes from "Jove" which is another name for "Jupiter". And "Terran" comes from "Terra", which is the Latin name for Earth.


It's one of the four terrestrial or inner planets.


The inner planets,Mercury to Mars, are rocky worlds. After the asteroid belt,probably a smashed or failed planet, are the outer giants of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune. These are all 'gas giants' and since they all appeared to have a similar composition to that of Jupiter they were called the Jovian planets. Jovian is 'Of Jupiter' and it's moons are known as the 'Gallilaens' after their discovery by Gallileo.


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.



Jovian Planets do not have a solid surface to stand on.


The 4 "inner planets" are Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars.The solar system consists of two types of planets: terrestrial and jovian (or "gas giants"). The inner four planets, which are all terrestrial, are: Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars (from closest to furthest).


The inner, or terrestrial planets are more dense than the outer planets/gas giants/jovian planets. Through a process of differentiation we find inner planets to typically consist of a molten iron core and a less dense silicate crust.


Yes, all the Jovian planets have moons.


Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars are not "Jovian planets". They are called "terrestrial planets". The Jovian planets are the bigger "gas giant" planets.


Inner planets are sometimes called Terrastrial(sp?) planets


Jovian planets are: -gaseous -farthest planets from the sun -largest planets


The Asteroid belt divides the inner and outer planets. The inner planets are the planets inside of the belt, and the outer planets (sometimes referred to as the Jovian Planets) are on the outside of the belt. The inner planets are primarily composed of rock and the outer planets are composed of gases.MercuryVenusEarthMars------------ Asteroid BeltJupiterSaturnUranusNeptune



The Jovian planets are gas giants and have no surface.


large planets are called the outer planets or the JOVIAN PLANETS which are made up of gases and viscous liquids... terrestrial planets are the inner planets! inner planets- MERCURY VENUS EARTH MARS outer planets- JUPITER SATURN URANUS NEPTUNE



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