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Asked in Astronomy, Planetary Science, Planet Uranus
What do gas giants have in common?
Gas giants all share the same characteristic. 1.) they are composed of hydrogen and helium, and they may contain some methane (Uranus is a planet that contains methane, also the reason why it has a blue-green appearance) so there is a possibility that some of the gas giants contain methane. It is technically the reason why they are called gas giants. ...
Asked in Astronomy, The Solar System
What object in the solar system has a composition similar to that of gas giants?
The Sun has a composition similar to that of Gas giants The sun has a similar composition to the gas giants ...
Asked in Dwarf Planet Pluto
What are the two main differences between the gas giants and Pluto?
Gas giants are made up of gas and Pluto is made of rock. Gas giants are large, Pluto is small ...
What do Jupiter Saturn Neptune and Uranus have in common?
They are all larger than the terrestrial planets. Old text books and teachers will refer to them as being "Gas Giants" but this is no longer the case. Jupiter and Saturn are refered to as Gas Giants, whereas Uranus and Neptune are now classed as Ice Giants. they are all gas planets :) ...
Asked in Astronomy, Planetary Science, The Solar System
What do the four inner planets of the solar system have in common?
The are small (compared to the gas giants), and have a rocky surface.
Asked in Planetary Science, Dwarf Planet Pluto
Describe 3 major differences between the terrestrial planets and the gas giants?
Gas giants are made up of gas however terrestrial planets arent and gas giants are huge ...