What is the difference of inner planets and outer planets?
The inner planets are rocky, and do not have any rings. They are all fairly small, with our planet, Earth, being the largest, then Venus, then Mars, then Mercury. Most of them have moons, and none have rings. The outer planets are made of gas, and are huge compared to the inner planets. Every single one of these outer planets have moons and rings. Jupiter is the largest, followed by Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.
The inner planets are generally referred to as all the planets closer to the sun than the asteroid belt, and the outer planets are the ones further away from the sun. There is no specific physical difference besides distance, although most of the outer planets are gas giants, but being a gas giant does not make them an outer planet. Outer planets tend to be made of gas and dust particles, and are usually bigger…
The inner and outer planets are The same because The Inner planets are not made out of gas The outer planets are bigger than inners The outer planets are the coldest The Inner planets are rocky The inner planets are terrestrial The outer planets can't support life The inner planets have iron cores The outer are the furthest from the sun The outer planets haveno rocky surface