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What planets are between the asteroid belt and the sun?

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The planets nearer the sun than the asteroid belt are;

Mars

Earth

Venus

Mercury

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The planets that lie between the sun and the asteroid belt are, in order from the innermost to outermost: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, [asteroid belt], Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune.


The asteroid belt is located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. As such, the outer planets (or Jovian planets) can be said to be outside the asteroid belt. That is, they are located beyond the belt and are therefore further away from the sun than the belt.


The inner planets are located in between the Sun and the Asteroid Belt. :) Hope this helped!! :)


The asteroid belt which is a ring of asteriods circling the sun.


The asteroid belt is located between Mars and Jupiter. The planets closer to the Sun than the asteroid belt are Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars.


the planets , comets and the asteroid belt


The asteroid belt is located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. The main Asteroid Belt orbits at around 3 AU (450 million kilometers) from the Sun, between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. There is a second belt of asteroids, the Kuiper Belt, orbiting the sun between Neptune and Sedna. Both asteroid belts contain several planets: -- The main belt contains Ceres (dwarf planet), Vesta, and Pallas. -- The Kuiper Belt contains three more dwarf planets and several candidates.



Saturn is outside the asteroid belt. It is one of the outer planets rather than the inner planets, and that determination is made by whether they are between the Sun and the Asteroid Belt, or not.The order goes like this:The SunMercuryVenusEarthMars>>> Asteroid Belt JupiterSaturnUranusNeptunePluto etc.


Inner planets are all planets that lie between the Sun and the Asteroid belt. The asteroid belt is located between Mars and Jupiter, so Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars are considered the inner planets.


Well, the Asteroid Belt is between Mars and Jupiter and Mars is the last inner planet also the 4th planet from the Sun. Jupiter is the 1st outer planet and 5th planet closest to the Sun. So, yes the asteroid belt separates inner planets and outer planets.


Because it is between the earth and the sun The planets which are inside the asteroid belt are called inner planets


The asteroid belt is between mars and Jupiter and no planet holds it in position it's actually orbiting the sun it best imagined looking at Saturn with the planet being the sun and the moons the planets and the rings the asteroid belt it's all the planet.


No, the asteroid belt orbits the Sun somewhere beyond Mars, but not as far as Jupiter.


the inner planets are the planets between the asteroid belt and the sun. venus, earth, mars, mercury are all the inner planets in our solar system.


The solar system can be divided in two parts, by the asteroid belt. The planets that are closer to the sun than the asteroid belt are Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars. These are the inner planets. The planets more distant from the sun than the asteroid belt are Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. Those are the outer planets. And even farther out are the dwarf planets and comets.


The planets inside the asteroid belt that surrounds the sun


There are no planets in the asteroid belt. One of the new IAU definitions of "planet" is that a planet will have cleared its orbit of other objects. There are four planets that orbit closer to the Sun than the asteroid belt; these are Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars.


The four planets closest to the sun are called the inner planets. They are Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars. The asteroid belt lies between the inner and outer planets.


No. The asteroid belt orbits the Sun just like planets do, and is located beyond the orbit of planet Mars.


There are no planets in the asteroid belt. Neptune's orbit is farther from the sun than practically all asteroids are.


The inner and outer planets are broken up by the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars are "inner planets" because they are on the side of the asteroid belt closest to the sun. All other planets are considered "outer planets".


the asteroid belt, the kuiper belt, and the oort cloud.


There are 4, all of which lie between the sun and the asteroid belt. These planets are (from lowest distance from the sun to the highest): Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars.


The pieces of rock that orbit the sun between Mars and Jupiter is called the Asteroid Belt.



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