they studied the structure of planets
The Terrestrial planets have a higher density. Their structure includes a large percentage of rock, while the Jovian planets are composed mostly of gas.
The gasses from urnanus
Planets are inanimate and, like all inanimate objects, they do not poop!
Venus and earth
Are similar in structure to Earth.
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This is a structure that contains chlorophyll give the planets grain color and energy from sunlight
the answer is Venus, and Earth
Venus and Earth.
Rock. Their basic structure is probably similar to that of the Earth.
They study the terrain, the rocks, the fossils, and the land mass content and structure of the planets in our universe.l
Before you learn ANYTHING about planets, go fix your grammar and sentence structure.
We have no details of the structure of the exoplanets we have discovered. Some undoubtedly do have mountains. There is nothing special about our sun that allows planets to have mountains. If our solar system is any example most, if not all of planets with solid surfaces will have mountains. Gas planets similar to Jupiter or Neptune do not have mountains.
the solar system is made from planets and stars, gas, not much oxygen and astornorts
The planets are in the space. and they are bigger than a bread basket.
The sun has no moons. Moons are natural satellites of a planet. The equivalent structure for suns is planets themselves.
Gas planets like Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune and Saturn have no plates.
All of the gas giants (outer planets) do! But the planet with the set of most visable planetary rings is Saturn!
Wrong category. Not sure what you mean by "space terms". If you astronomically, it's part of the structure of rocky planets such as Earth.
An analogy is a comparison of two things, usually for explanation or clarification. An example would be comparing the structure of an atom as a solar system, with the nucleus as the sun and electrons as the planets. This helps you imagine the atom and picture its structure better.
They have a crust of rock, mantle, and a core made up of similar stuff, but Venus would be an exception to this rule.
This should be considered only a rough analogy. There is an attracting force, and both the planets and electrons have inertia, but due to certain quantum effects, the analogy is valid only to a certain extent.