What planets are close together?
That depends a lot on what "close" means.
The nearest star is 7,500 times farther from the Sun than the farthest planet is,
so you might say that the planets are ALL close together.
But the nearest planet is 108 times farther from us than the moon is, so I'd say
that NO planets are close together.
Because they are close together to the sun, compared to the other planets in the solar system.
No, all of the inner planets are close together but all of the outer planets are unevenly spaced.
No. They've never gotten close enough together to form any kind of serious relatiuonship.
because the suns gravitational pull is so large that the planets stay close to together
They are close to the merteorites but they do not get hit.
The planets formed from a disk of gas and dust that surrounded the sun as it formed. This gas and dust clumped together to form the solar system. Two planets cannot occupy orbits that are too close together. If they do, interactions through gravity will either cause them to collide or get moved to different orbits.
well i think no but i'm not really sure. SORRY
Planets move away by gravity not holding it together and also gravity holds planets together
The inner planets are close in, the outer planets are further out.
The planets are "lumped" together because they are in the gravitational pull of the sun.
Venus and Mars are the planets that are closest to the Earth.
The four inner planets are closest together: Mercury, Venus, Mars & Earth
The reason that most extrasolar planets are found close to their parent stars is that the amount and frequency of the star's motion are both higher in these planets.
Jupiter and Uranus.....Well that's what Saturn is close to!
No,particles of will not be close together
Gravity holds the sun together. Gravity also holds all of the planets together, and holds the planets in orbit around the sun.
The inner planets are closer together than the outer planets are.
Yes, they are round. They must be close to being spheres to qualify as dwarf planets.
Gravity helps to keep the planets in orbit. It also helps to keep the moon's close to the planets.
In the solar system, the planets that are on each side of the earth are Venus and Mars.
The planets are very much as it suppose to be, and should be the same thereafter.
bolth planets are gas planets and close to the same distance from the sun
well only the planets that are close to mars like mercury
Earth and Venus are close in diameter.
Earth, Mars, and, Pluto moves close to the sun.
yes they are very close together
There are 9 planets, including Pluto
gas planets are made out of gas rock planets are made out of rocks that form together
3 planets away.
Mars and Venus
They are found in Space close to there planets
Terrestrial planets are solid and gaseous planets are made of gas. Gaseous planets are huge and terrestrial planets are small. Gas giants are far from the sun and terrestrial planets are close to the sun.
yes the particles are very close together
It means your eyes are very close together.
Yes, the atoms are close together in solid
Why do planets farthest from the sun have different composition than the planets closest to the sun?
Because as the planets formed form the disk of material left over after the Sun had formed (and started to heat up), the heat meant that only the rock component could stick together close to the sun, while further out the more volatile components could condense. The inner planets are therefore predominantly rocky, while the outer planets are gaseous.
It depends on what you mean by "close"
Gravity plays a central role in causing gas to come together in clouds and gradually form dense clouds that eventually generate heat and then start up a nuclear reaction - a star. Gravity also causes rocks to clump together to form planets, and then it holds those planets in orbits round the star that they are close to, to form solar systems.
No. The reverse is true.
That is because the Sun, and its planets, evolved together from the rotating solar nebula. That is because the Sun, and its planets, evolved together from the rotating solar nebula. That is because the Sun, and its planets, evolved together from the rotating solar nebula. That is because the Sun, and its planets, evolved together from the rotating solar nebula.
Mercury and Venus are the closest together because of there size they are also the smallest planets The distance between planets is changing constantly (because they're moving) , but mercury and venus come closes together. As a general rule the further from the sun you go the further apart planets are spread. They are not the smallest planets, mars is smaller than venus.
A planet can not have planets.it probably can have planets say somehow 2 planets crashed together then exploded and little pieces come from the planet
Planets do not have perfectly circular orbits, they have elliptical orbits, but some of them are very close to circular.
I don't think there would be planets, but I know there are stars!
Anywhere that is close enough to a star. Planets have been discovered attached to many stars.
It depends on the season. Generally each of the planets are visible for about 9 months per year. In December 2008, the planets Venus and Jupiter are close together in the evening sky, while Mars and Saturn are visible early in the morning before dawn.
No. The outer planets do not have solid surfaces. Those planets are made of gases held together by gravity.
The planets and the Sun move around the center of mass of the Solar System. Because the Sun has much more mass than the planets, this center of mass is fairly close to the Sun. The planets and the Sun move around the center of mass of the Solar System. Because the Sun has much more mass than the planets, this center of mass is fairly close to the Sun. The planets and the Sun… Read More
At the moment (beginning of December 2008), the bright planets to be seen in the evening sky are Venus and Jupiter, the two are in conjunction (close together) in the sky at the moment.
It's called inerta and gravity that pulls the planet in orbit.