Asked in Planetary Science
How are the inner and outer planets different from each other?
Well, the inner planets are not made up of gas like Saturn and Jupiter but Neptune and Uranus are surrounded by the gas giant ...
Asked in Planet Uranus
What is the interior of planet Uranus?
While there is debate over this topic since the surface has never been seen, it is generally accepted that Uranus has a small, rocky inner core surrounded by a massive icy mantle (sometimes referred to as a water-ammonia ocean) and then covered in a Hydrogen/Helium dominated atmosphere. ...
Asked in Planetary Science, The Solar System
Several planets in solar system are surrounded by rings is it fact or fantasy?
It is a fact, but only Saturn has a really obvious ring system. The others are found around Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune. ...
Asked in Atmospheric Sciences
Which planet is surrouned by thick atmosphere of deadly gasses?
All of these planets are surrounded by a atmosphere of deadly gas : Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. The planet with the thickest deadly atmosphere of gas is Jupiter. ...