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Venus, Mercury, and Mars.

Pluto is not longer categorized as a full planet, but when it was, Earth was bigger than it, too.

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There are three planets in our solar system that are smaller than Earth. These planets are Mars, Venus, and Mercury


because the further you get away from earth it to gets smaller .... and its the same concept from earth.... the farther you are from the planets the smaller they appear.


3 of the 8 planets (Mercury, Venus, Mars) are smaller than Earth.


no dwarf planets are smaller the Earth and the other planets.


Earth is one of the smaller ones.


Of the seven other planets that orbit the sun, three are smaller than Earth and four are larger.


Mercury, Venus, and Mars have a smaller mass than Earth.


Pluto is not a planet so that would be Mercury is 13.72% smaller. Venus is 0.23% smaller. Mars is 9.42% smaller. So that means 3 planets are smaller than Earth.


There are three other planets smaller than the Earth; Mercury (smallest), Mars, and Venus (nearly the same size as Earth).Eris, Ceres, Haumea, and Makemake are all dwarf planets, smaller than our moon. Pluto and Charon are also dwarf planets, even though they have moons.


Yes. The inner planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars, and they are smaller than the outer planets: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.


Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune are much larger than earth. Venus (slightly), Mars (by half) and Mercury are smaller than earth.


The Moon is a lot smaller then the Earth.


There are 8 planets Mercury (smaller than Earth) Venus (smaller than Earth) Earth Mars (smaller than Earth) Jupiter (bigger than Earth) Saturn (bigger than Earth) Uranus (bigger than Earth) Neptune (bigger than Earth) so 3 smaller & 4 bigger than Earth 37.5% smaller than Earth 50% bigger than Earth


There are 8 planets Mercury (smaller than Earth) Venus (smaller than Earth) Earth Mars (smaller than Earth) Jupiter (bigger than Earth) Saturn (bigger than Earth) Uranus (bigger than Earth) Neptune (bigger than Earth) so 3 smaller & 4 bigger than Earth 37.5% smaller than Earth 50% bigger than Earth


Most of the known extrasolar planets are more massive than Earth because massive planets are easier to detect. We have detected planets smaller than Earth.


Like all dwarf planets, Haumea is significantly smaller than Earth.


Venus is a little bit smaller than Earth. Mars is considerably smaller than Earth. There aren't any other planets that are close to Earth in either size or mass.



37.5% not including PlutoFirst Answer:50% including Pluto.Second Answer:Of the eight planets in our solar system, three are smaller than earth. 3/8 = 38%.However, we also know (to date) of more than a thousand other planets, orbiting distant stars. None of these planets so far is smaller than earth, but that it because planets as tiny as ours are difficult to detect. We expect probably half of all planets would be our size or smaller.


The planets that are smaller than Venus are: Jupiter, Earth, Neptune, Uranus, and Saturn. Pluto is no longer on the list


The four inner, rocky planets - also known as the terrestrial planets. These are; Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars. The inner planets are smaller than the four outer gas giant planets are Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.


Mercury, Venus and Mars all have diameters smaller than that of Earth, as well as all the dwarf planets.


none cause the moons smaller than earth


Earth is the laregst of the four stony planets and smaller than any of the 5 gas planets. The Link shows the size comparison more dramatically.


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