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Mars is a terrestrial (rocky) planet, also known as an inner planet.

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It is a rocky planet or terrestrial planet. Any planet before Mars is terrestrial and any planet after Mars is a gas giant.


mars is a terrestrial planet or an inner planet


Mars is a rocky planet with a high iron content giving it a reddish hue.


Mars is a terrestrial planet, not a gas giant planet.


a rocky planey, because it ins one of the inner planets, AND it is made out of rock, not gas!


Mars is a terrestrial type planet itself. It has no other planets, gas giants or otherwise.


Mars is a terrestrial planet, not a gas giant. Mars is a terrestrial planet because the majority of it is rock, not gas.


Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars are rocky planets rather than "gas giants".


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


Mars is a rocky planet.....the 4 inner planets are rocky and the 4 outer planets are gas (gas giants)



Pluto is a rocky planet.


its more of a rocky giant......it is blanketed by an air giant!


The planet Mars is terrestrial, which is to say it is similar to the Earth. It is not a gas giant.


Saturn is a gas planet or gas 'giant.'



in google mars is a very example to see is like. is rocky;



No. Mars is the 3rd largest of the inner, or rocky, planets. All of the gas giant planets are huge compared to Mars.


Mercury is a rocky planet, just like all the terrestrial planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars.


its rocky the gas giants are also known as jovian planets or the outer planets including Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.


The name of the planet is "Uranus". It's a gas giant. * Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars are rocky planets. * Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are gas giants.


Uranus is one of the four gas giant planets.


Any planet past the asteroid belt, which is between Mars and Jupiter, is considered a gas giant, except for Pluto. Although Pluto is no longer classified as a planet, when it used to be classified as such, it was the only rocky planet past the asteroid belt.




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