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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.

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Mercury is not even close to a gas giant. If you could get close enough you could see its rocky crust.



mercury is a rocky substance. Therefore a terrestrial planet.


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


Mercury is a rocky planet and is too close to the sun to retain much of an atmosphere, much less become a gas giant.


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


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


Mercury is a terrestrial (rocky) planet. The four gas giants in our solar system are Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.


Saturn is a gas giant.


Saturn is a gas giant.




Icy Gas giant. It is cold out there.



Neptune is a gas giant - or to be precise an ice giant.


Mercury is a rocky planet. The inner planets (first four planets from the sun) are rocky planets (which means that you could stand on them) and are the smallest. While the outer planets (last four planets from the sun) are gas planets and the biggest.


Mercury doesn't have a gas giant.


Is earth a gas giant or a rocky terrestrial


All of the inner planets are rocky planets: Mars, Earth, Venus, and Mercury


Jupiter is a gas giant.


Neptune is neither a rocky nor a gas plant! It is a gas planet, though.


No, Uranus is called either a gas giant, or an ice giant. Terrestrial planets are small rocky worlds: Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars.


Mercury is a rocky planet, also known as a terrestrial or inner planet.



Mercury is the planet closest to the Sun and is rocky like the other inner planets.



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