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In order from the Sun these planets are: Mercury, Venus Earth and Mars.

Yes, they are called "terrestrial planets" and also the "Inner Planets".

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They are called the terrestrial planets because they are similar to Earth (in fact one of them is Earth.

The inner planets closest to the sun are called rocky or terrestrial: Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars for a total of four.

Mercury, Venus, Earth, & Mars because they are the fourth closest to the sun

The 4 Planets closet to the sun are Mercury, Venus, Earth, & Mars. the inner or terrestrial planets

The inner planets are called "rocky" or terrestrial, a name which underscores the contrast with the outer gas giant planets.

The inner planets are called terrestrial planets because they consist of a solid surface, unlike the gas giants. The terrestrial planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars.

Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars are called the 'terrestrial' planets.

Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars are often called terrestrial planets.

Terrestrial planets are mercury,venus earth, mars.Also called as rock planets.

the inner planets are sometimes called Terrestrial Planets

The four inner, rocky planets are also known as the terrestrial planets. These are; Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars.

They're called terrestrial planets.=)

Terrestrial type planets

They are not. The inner planets are called terrestrial planets. These planets, including Earth have solid, rocky surfaces. The root of the word terrestrial, Terra, is Latin for "earth." The outer planets are traditionally referred to as Jovian planets, sometimes called gas giants. The term Jovian otherwise refers to the planet Jupiter.

The inner planets are called terrestrial because they are Earthlike: small and rocky planets as opposed to the outer planets which are giant gaseous planets,The word terrestrial comes from the Latin word terra, meaning Erth.

the first 4 planets near the sun are called the inner planets or the terrestrial planets as they are made of rocks. the outer planets (jupiter, uranus, neptune and pluto) are called the outer planets or the jovian planets.. theis is because they are made up of liquids/gases.... hope it helped! thanx!! :)

Earth and Mars are called terrestrial planets. Mercury and Venus are also terrestrial planets.

Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars are the terrestrial planets. This is because they are composed of rocky substances as opposed to the gases of the outer planets.

The inner plants are often called the Terrestrial planets because they are small, dense and have rocky surfaces.

Terrestrial planets are denser, smaller, and rockier planets than those of gas planets. They reside in the inner solar system because during the formation of the solar system, the spinning disk that formed the solar system caused all of the denser objects to collect together in the center. These denser objects are composed of rock and metal, and these are terrestrial planets.

Some terrestrial planets are mars mercury Venus and earth gaseous planets Jupiter Saturn Uranus and Neptune.

The inner planets are known as terrestrial planets, because you can stand on them and they have a solid surface. The inner planets are: * Mercury * Venus * Earth; and * Mars

Terrestrial planet is another way of saying rocky planet. The inner rocky planets are; Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars.

The first four planets are often lumped together into the category of "inner" or "terrestrial" planets:MercuryVenusEarthMarsThe last four are often lumped together into the category of "outer" or "gas giant" planets:JupiterSaturnUranusNeptuneAll of the dwarf planets are terrestrial. The only dwarf planet that can sometimes be called an "inner planet" is Ceres, which orbits between Mars and Jupiter.

Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars are the solid planets. Such planets are called terrestrial.

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