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Answered 2011-03-18 01:27:29

The inner planets are all terrestrial - they are "rocky". The outer planets are gas giants.

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The inner planets have a warmer climate, are small, and are much rockier than the outer planets.


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They are small and have rocky surfaces.its there size and so is for outer planets


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They are called the inner planets because between Mars and Jupiter there is a asteroid belt dividing the the outer planets and inner planetsThe inner planets are also know as the Rocky Planets and the Outer Planets are also known are Gas GiantsAnd historically its just because the inner planets are closer to the sun.


sorta there are inner and outer planets the inner planets are alike and outer planets are alike to but inner and outer planets are different.


They are very small compared to outer planets, mostly made up of rocks, closer to the sun and they do not have rings.


none of the inner planets have?


Inner planets are terrestrial planets outer are jovian planets


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The inner planets are rocky, and small. The inner planets are closet to Sun.


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