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Venus, Mars and Mercury are smaller than the Earth.

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No, Pluto is smaller than the 8 major planets. There are other dwarf planets smaller than Pluto.


Pluto is six planets away from Earth counting


Pluto is smaller than all of the planets.


Counting only dwarf planets it is the second closest; Ceres is closer.Counting both planets and dwarf planets; Pluto is the 10th from the sun.


Of the 8 planets there are no planets that we know of. But of the 9 planets it's Pluto if you still include Pluto as a planet. Of, course there are many planets that we don't know of. Pluto is considered a dwarf planet. For more on dwarf planets, planets, Mercuary, Pluto, the Solar System, and more visit the links under the answer.


Pluto is much smaller than any of the 8 planets of our solar system.


Pluto is a dwarf planet that usually orbits beyond neptune yes,Pluto is smaller than the 8 planets


Yes because Pluto is no longer in our solar system and the planets after Pluto are not in our solar system


As far as we know, there are no planets in our solar system after Pluto.


Dwarf planets are smaller than regular planets. For example, Pluto is a dwarf planet, jupiter is not. Scientists are saying that there are more dwarf planets in our solar system but have not been out to see them (if there are any other than pluto).


No. There are dwarf planets in our own solar system that are smaller than Pluto and there are many undiscovered planets in the Milky Way that would be smaller than it, but are too far away to see.


Pluto is way to small to be a planet.Now we have 8 planets in our solar system not 9.Pluto is much smaller then earths moon!If Pluto was just a little bit smaller then mercury, it would be a planet, but Pluto is TINY compared to mercury.


The inner planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars) are all smaller than all the outer planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune). This isn't counting dwarf planets like Pluto.


Pluto is not a planet so that would be Mercury is 13.72% smaller. Venus is 0.23% smaller. Mars is 9.42% smaller. So that means 3 planets are smaller than Earth.


There are 8 planets not including Pluto and 9 including Pluto.


Pluto is a Dwarf Planet because it is too small to be a Classical Planet. Dwarf Planets are much smaller than Classical Planets. If you look at a diagram of the solar system with Pluto in it, you will see that it is much smaller compared to the other Classical Planets.


Pluto is a lot smaller than other planets in out solar system. This was not noticeable in earlier years because there wasn't the technology to very accurately compare it to other planets. Because of it's small size Pluto was determined a dwarf.


Yes Pluto is different than the outer planets in the following ways:Pluto has not cleared its orbit of asteroids and debrisPluto is not made of gasPluto is far smaller than any of the outer planets


Pluto is not classed as a planet now, just as a "dwarf planet". In its size it rates as smaller than any of the 8 planets in the solar system.


Pluto is smaller than the eight major planets. It is the second-largest "dwarf planet" in the solar system (only Eris appears to be larger).


It is a dwarf planet. It is smaller than the other planets.


No, this is not true.The dwarf planet Pluto is smaller than all of the major planets in our solar system, including Mercury.


50% (including Pluto)37.5% (not including Pluto)


Our solar system has Ceres, Pluto, Eris, Haumea, and Makemake as dwarf planets. A dwarf planet is smaller than a planet had has an orbit that is not clear.


There are 8 planets in the solar system