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Venus is not in any asteroid belt.


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The asteroid belt in the solar system containing planet Earth is between Mars and Jupiter. Venus is closer to the sun than Mars, so it is also inside the asteroid belt.

To be correct, it is inside. The formation is Sun, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars and then Asteroid belt.

Not really. Venus is the second planet from the Sun, and the asteroid belt is after the fourth planet, Mars. It's like millions of kilometers away.

The planets nearer the sun than the asteroid belt are; Mars Earth Venus Mercury

Ceres in the asteroid belt.

The first four planets - Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars - are located before the asteroid belt. The remaining four planets - Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune - are located afterthe asteroid belt. Thus, the asteroid belt separates the inner planets from the outer planets.

Its Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Asteroid belt, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune.

Actually there are an place of Asteroids. Sun Mercury Venus Earth Mars ASTEROID Belt. So why I capitalized the word ASTEROID on ASTEROID Belt. Because this Belt is full of Asteroids

The asteroid belt is shaped like a donut. The earth and moon, mars, venus, mercury and sun are all in the hole in the middle.

Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Asteroid belt, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto

The planets that lie between the sun and the asteroid belt are, in order from the innermost to outermost: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, [asteroid belt], Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune.

From the sun it goes Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, ASTEROID belt, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto (although no longer classed as a planet). So the earth is inside the orbit of the asteroid belt.

The year is 3.63 earth years on the asteroid Vesta. Ceres and Vesta are the two largest asteroid in the great asteroid belt that separates Mars from Venus.

There are no planets in the asteroid belt. One of the new IAU definitions of "planet" is that a planet will have cleared its orbit of other objects. There are four planets that orbit closer to the Sun than the asteroid belt; these are Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars.

Saturn isn't located in the asteroid belt. In the solar system, you have the sun, mercury, venus, earth, mars, the asteroid belt (separating terrestrial and jovian planets) then jupiter, saturn, uranus, and finally neptune. Pluto is not a planet.

The asteroid belt does not have moons: it has asteroids, which is why it is called the asteroid belt!

Saturn is outside the asteroid belt. It is one of the outer planets rather than the inner planets, and that determination is made by whether they are between the Sun and the Asteroid Belt, or not.The order goes like this:The SunMercuryVenusEarthMars>>> Asteroid Belt JupiterSaturnUranusNeptunePluto etc.

it is an inner planet because it is before the asteroid belt

No because it is not that close to the asteroid belt there for it doesnt get hit that often.

Sun, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Ceres, The Asteroid Belt, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, Eris, The Kuiper Belt. Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto Ceres === === Eris The Asteroid Belt The Kuiper Belt === ===

Inner planets are all planets that lie between the Sun and the Asteroid belt. The asteroid belt is located between Mars and Jupiter, so Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars are considered the inner planets.

Our moon is not in the asteroid belt. No planet's moon is in the asteroid belt or it would not be a moon.

Mars is not in the asteroid belt. The Asteroid Belt is between Mars and Jupiter.

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