Rocky planets and gaseous planets.
Many kinds. their are Lander that crash into planets, orbiters orbit planets, rovers move and study the planet, and deep space probe fly away to study the Universe.
the inner planets are made of rock, ice and other materials while the outer planets are made of different kinds of gases except for pluto.
Astronomy, Glaciology, exo-planets.
They are mostly different kinds of gas.
it give us the info about the differnt info about planets and kinds of it
"solar system" is the term used to describe planets orbiting a star. We know that planets also orbit binary and tertiary star systems, these would be different kinds of solar systems.
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Earth and Mars, along with Mercury and Venus, are rocky planets.
I never saw a classification that divides planets in eight different kinds. If such a system exists, it isn't something that is commonly used in Astronomy.
One categorization separates the planets into the inner and the outer planets. The inner planets being Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars; while the Outer Planets being Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. The outer and inner Planets are separated by the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. Another categorization that can be made involves separating the planets into terrestrial planets, which have a surface of solid ground, and gaseous planets, which have surfaces of gas. The inner planets are terrestrial, while the outer planets are gaseous.
In the solar system, we have a star, planets, dwarf planets, asteroids, comets, meteors, and human debris. (such as old satellites, probes, etc.)
Planets, moons, and asteroids, comets and gases, dust, particles etc.
Extraterrestrial are unknown humans. They are humans, but different kinds from different planets. Like aliens and UFOs. The scientific community think this is true. They think they come from planets beyond Earth...
The question is not well-defined enough to answer. One common division is between "terrestrial" (rocky) planets and "jovian" (gas giant) planets. Some people make a distinction between "gas giants" (Jupiter and Neptune) and "ice giants" (Uranus and Neptune).
All bodies (heavenly and earthly) are affected by gravity stars, moons, planets, etc.
Planets have moons. Stars have planets. Galaxies have stars. Galaxies tend to actually be a supermassive black hole at the center so as far as the central object being orbited it is usually a black hole.
Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune are said to be gas planets, they are made out of different kinds gasses.
There are many different kinds of objects that orbit the sun. There are planets and the asteroids as well as comets and other smaller bits of debris.
Sun Planets Moons Asteroids Comets (and there's a few more too).
A solar satellite is any object that orbits the sun. Planets, asteroids, and comets are considered solar satellites.
No. Planets orbit suns, while moons orbit planets. Planets do not orbit planets.
the answer is the inner planets
All the inner planets are terrestrial planets.