By radius, none of the Sol planets has an equatorial radius 17x the Earths:
Saturn's eq. radius is about 9 times bigger than Earth's
Jupiter (Sol's largest planet) 'eq radius is about 11 times that of Earth's
Neptune's is almost 4x Earth's
Uranus' is about 4x Earth's
all other planets are smaller
By Mass it is Neptune:
Saturn's mass is about 95 times Earth's
Jupiter's mass is about 319 times Earth's.
Uranus' mass is about 14 times Earth's
Neptune's mass is about 17 times Earth's
all other are lighter
No planet is. Jupiter, however, is 318 times the mass of Earth.
Although no planet in our solar system is close to four times the volume of Earth, the planet Uranus has a diameter about 4 times the size of Earth's - and happens to be just over 63 times the volume of Earth.
The radius of Uranus is roughly 4 times the radius of Earth. However, in volume, it would be around 43=64 times larger than Earth. Hence, There is no planet in our solar system which is four times the size of the Earth.
Jupiter has a core 10-30 times the mass of the entire planet of Earth. However it is likely of a similar size as planet earth.
No not by a long shot. Jupiter is About 320 times the size of earth and is the largest planet in our solar system.
The planet similar in size to Earth is Mars.
Venus is similar in size and mass to earth. Earth is 1.0522 times larger than Venus by radius, and 1.2266 times more massive.
No planet is exactly the size of Earth. Venus is close to Earth's size but slightly smaller.
Jupiter has a storm called the "Great Red Spot" that is 3 times the size of earth. -Arissa
the number of in terms of size the earth is 4th number .
Yes. Neptune and Uranus are both about 4 times the diameter of Earth. Jupiter is nearly 12 times the diameter of Earth.
Neptune is a planet like Earth and they are both the same size That answer is so wrong (no offense) but Neptune is more than 3 times the size of Earth and Neptune is a gas planet, has rings, and has no life.
Venus is the planet closest to the size of the Earth. Yet, it is smaller than the Earth. It is roughly 90% of the size of the Earth.
There is no planet that is one fourth the size of Earth. The closest is Mercury at 0.38 that of Earth.
The largest planet in the Solar System is Jupiter which is 1,321.3 times the volume of the Earth.
Pluto is the smallest planet meaning that is is closest to the size of our moon. Pluto is 0.181 times the size of the earth while the moon is 0.273 times of the earth (Earth being 1.0). But since a few years ago Pluto was declassified as a planet meaning that it is no longer a classified planet. So now Mercury is the planet that is closest to the size of our moon. By the way both Mercury and Pluto are on opposite sides of the solar system. (Closest and farthest from the sun).
The planet in our solar system nearest to half the size is Mars, being 0.531 the size of Earth.
Venus is a planet that is closest in size to Earth. It has similar bulk composition and gravity to Earth too.
The circumference of Neptune in miles is 96,129 miles. This planet is almost four times the size of the planet Earth.
The planet closest in size to Earth is Venus. Earth is the largest planet, while Venus is almost 95% the same radius as Earth. (a little over 85% the mass of earth).
Venus, hands down. Venus is very nearly the same size as Earth. Jupiter is several times larger.
The Earth is a planet if that is what you are asking. It is a planet in our solar system. However compared to the the relative size of other planets in the solar system earth is quite an average size.