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Mars is on the inside of the asteroid belt.

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The asteroid belt is beyond the orbit of Mars.


It is not inside of the Asteroid Belt in the sense of being part of it. In terms of the order of orbits from the Sun, Mars is inside the orbit of the Asteroid Belt and Jupiter's orbit is outside the orbit of the Asteroid Belt.


Outside. The asteroid belt is between Mars and Jupiter.


Outside. The asteroid belt lies between Mars and Jupiter.


Inside the asteroid belt as the belt starts just before jupiter and after mars and separates the rocky and gaseous planets !


Outside, about twice as far as Jupiter (also outside). The asteroid belt is between Mars and Jupiter.


The planet Jupiter is outside the asteroid belt, which is located in between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.


inner Outside, about twice as far as Jupiter (also outside). The asteroid belt is between Mars and Jupiter.


To be correct, it is inside. The formation is Sun, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars and then Asteroid belt.


The Asteroid Belt is located inside our solar system and inside the Milky Way galaxy,. But all of the above mentioned are outside, as meaning "not inside" haha,. Hope I could help The asteroid belt is between Mars and Jupiter.


The asteroid belt in the solar system containing planet Earth is between Mars and Jupiter. Venus is closer to the sun than Mars, so it is also inside the asteroid belt.


The asteroid belt is between Mars and Jupiter, so Neptune is outside it.


Earth is inside the asteroid belt which lies between Mars and Jupiter.


Saturn is well beyond the asteroid belt. The asteroid belt is located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. Saturn is the next farthest from the sun, after Jupiter.


yes Saturn is outside the asteroid belt, it ends between mars and jupiter.


The asteroid belt in our solar system is located in between the orbits of mars and jupiter. Jupiter is located on the side furthest away from Earth so you could say its the outside.


From the sun it goes Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, ASTEROID belt, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto (although no longer classed as a planet). So the earth is inside the orbit of the asteroid belt.


Yes, the asteroid belt starts properly after the orbit of Mars.


Mars is not in the asteroid belt. The Asteroid Belt is between Mars and Jupiter.


The asteroid belt is between Jupiter (on the outside) and Mars (on the inside). All the planets inside the orbit of the asteroid belt are called rocky planets.Jupiter and Saturn are called gas giant planetsand the rest are called ice giants.


Inside . . . Mercury, Venus, Earth, MarsOutside . . . Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune


The "Asteroid Belt" is the name we give to the region between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. Saturn's orbit is about 83% larger than Jupiter's.


No - the Asteroid belt lies between Mars and Jupiter.


No most of the asteroids are in the asteroid belt which is between Mars and Jupiter.


Saturn is outside the asteroid belt. It is one of the outer planets rather than the inner planets, and that determination is made by whether they are between the Sun and the Asteroid Belt, or not.The order goes like this:The SunMercuryVenusEarthMars>>> Asteroid Belt JupiterSaturnUranusNeptunePluto etc.



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