, Mars, and Venus are all smaller than Earth.
The planet Mars is smaller than the Earth. It is also smaller than the planet Venus, which is the planet that is closest in size to the Earth (but like Mars, Venus is smaller than the Earth).
No planet is exactly the size of Earth. Venus is close to Earth's size but slightly smaller.
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.
Venus is only slightly smaller than Earth.
No planet! However, Venus has no moons and is not much smaller than Earth.
Not exactly. Venus is the closest to Earth in terms of size comparison, it is a little smaller.
No planet is the exact same size as the Earth but Venus is very close (it is just a little bit smaller) Mars is even smaller. See Link for a tour of planets and stars arranged by size.
Pluto was a planet but they didnt want it to be a planet anymore because it was so tiny. But Pluto is alot smaller than earth.
VENUS. it is slightly smaller but the closest to Earths size.
A planet called Kepler 186f, in the constellation Cygnus, is the same size as the Earth and it is similar to Earth in looking to. Venus is only slightly smaller than Earth and is the closest in size to it in our solar system.
Venus is most nearly in size to the Earth, just slightly smaller.
Venus (the second planets out from the sun) is the nearest to the Earth in size. It is sometimes reffered to the Earths sister planet. Its just a bit smaller.
In our solar system, the planet which has a radius closest in size to that of the Earth is Venus. It is just slightly smaller than the Earth.
Mercury, Venus, Mars and Pluto all are.
If the planet is smaller, then it can't have the same size. If you assume that a smaller planet has the same density as Earth (and therefore less mass), its surface gravity will be smaller. If you assume that a smaller planet has the same mass as Earth (and therefore more density), its surface gravity will be greater. This is because we would be closer to the planet's center - or to the planet's matter in general.
Venus, it is slightly smaller, and much hotter
Yes Mercury (smallest), Mars and Venus (nearly the same size asEarth).
The planet similar in size to Earth is Mars.
smaller actually its smaller but bye extremely very litttle because venus is considered earth's sister planet because of the size.
It is smaller. Its size is one of the reasons why there was always a debate as to whether it was a planet at all, and why it eventually got downgraded to being a "dwarf planet".
By the effect of its gravitational pull on other celestial objects in relation to its size. Earth is the most dense planet in the solar system.
Our [earth's] moon has the largest moon/earth ratio. It is not the largest moon in the solar system, but the largest in relation to its planet.
There are many planets outside our solar system, some bigger and some smaller. So far we have mostly found larger ones as it is harder to detect ones the size of Earth and smaller.
The only planet close to earth in size is Venus, which is only 5% smaller. The second closest is Mars, which is just over half the diameter of earth.
the number of in terms of size the earth is 4th number .