What did the planets near the sun lose because of the sun's temperature?
All their hydrogen and helium.
The "inner planets" are called inner planets because they are relatively near to the Sun, in the inner part of the Solar System. They are also called the "rocky planets" because they are mainly made of rocks. The "outer planets" are also called "gas giants" and are composed mostly of gases or liquefied gas.
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!! :)
yes , Because the object in the space will collide with the air molecules in the space . And if it will lose some of it energy . the most loss of energy will be near a Large structure in the space , like planets . we will take earth for example : because kinetic energy increase . so more friction >!