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What are the similarities between planets?


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Answered 2015-06-15 18:07:10

The terrestrial planets are all smaller and denser than other planets.

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The are many They are all planets.Similarities between Earth and other planets.They all orbit the sun.They have an core, outer core, mantle, lithosphere, crust, orbits around stars, made of matter.They are all in our solar system.


Terrestrial planets are rocky and are the inner four planets. Gas giants are made of gases and are the outer four planets.


Some similarities between the planets Jupiter and Pluto are that they are both spherical and they both orbit the sun. Also both of them rotate on an axis.



Earth orbits the sun - all the other planets do as well.


1. They both are inner planets. 2. They both have a rocky surface.


- they both have rings - they both are gaseous planets -they both orbit the sun


Outside the fact that they're all spherical, not much. Stars shine and are hot. Planets only reflect light and are cold ... and are considerably smaller.


There are a few similarities between Saturn and Jupiter. For instance, they both have rings around them. The rings are made up of ice and rock. Another similarity is that they are both gas planets.


Similarities: Both are in "hydrostatic equilibrium", which basically means they are round.Differences: The main difference is that a dwarf planet hasn't "cleared its surroundings", meaning it isn't the dominating object close to its own orbit.


The distance between planets Earth and Venus, 38 million km, shows it is the closest to Earth compared to other planets. The size and mass of the two planets show close similarities. The diameter of Venus is 12,100 km while that of Earth is 12,742 km, and Venus has a mass that translates to about 82 percent that of the Earth.


The planets have always orbited in a perfect circle. Just like in both theories.


They are both "rocky" planets and orbit closer to the Sun than the Earth.


they are the only planets with rocks on them


Earth and all of the rest of the planets rotate around the Sun. Earth however is the only planet to support complex life.



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