The planet in our solar system nearest to half the size is Mars, being 0.531 the size of Earth.
Pluto has a moon nearly half its size
half of earths size
Mars is about half the radius of Earth (0.531 Earths)
Because it is after Jupiter and half the size of it.
No, Mars is only about half the size of Earth and it is a solid, rocky planet.
Pluto...... I think
First of all, Pluto is not a planet. It was considered a double planet because its largest moon Charon is half its size.
Pluto is about half the size of Mercury, which is the smallest "true" planet.
Mars is a small planet in our solar system. It is one of the 4 terrestrial planets and is half the size of earth
The size of each planet is precisely equivalent to the size of the planet which it is.
In terms of the actual size of the planet, you would want to no its diameter. In some cases the size is given as the radius, which is simply half the diameter.
Within our own solar system, some view Pluto as being a double planet with it's moon Charon (which is half it's size).
There isn't a typical size planet
The dwarf planet Pluto has three known moons. The largest is called Charon, which is around 1200km in diameter, half that of Pluto which has a diameter of around 2320 km.
Half a planet is referred to as a hemisphere.
Mars - with an equatorial radius of 3,396 km about 0.533 that of Earth
Why would there be only half a planet?
No, the mass of a planet does not equal the size of that particular planet.
In approximation, Yes. It is just under half the size by a minute portion.Pluto Size: 9th largest planet - 2,306 kilometers - 0.181 EarthsCharon Size: 22nd largest body in the solar system - 1,205 kilometers - 0.094
No planet is exactly the size of Earth. Venus is close to Earth's size but slightly smaller.