yes there is 2 planets but there are also dwarf ones too.
No two planets have been found to be the same size as yet.
No. The planets vary greatly in both size and mass.
different distances depend on the size
The Inner planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars. They are the planets closest to the sun. They are similar in that they all have solid surfaces, are almost the same size and have at least one moon.
planets have diffrent facts of other planets because of there size and distance from sun
The planets of our solar system are most definitely NOT all the same size.
Compared to some other planets in the same galaxy, yes; it is actually fractions of the size of other planets in this galaxy
They are said to be congruent to each other.
the answer is Venus, and Earth
Planets are inanimate and, like all inanimate objects, they do not poop!
Uranus and Neptune are roughly the same size.
The force of gravitation between two objects is determined by -- the product of their masses, and -- the distance between their centers. On two planets of the same size, the distance from the planets' centers would be the same in both cases, but if the planets had different masses, then the gravitational forces between each planet and an object on its surface would be different.
Earth and Venus are considered twin planets. They are the same size and orbit the same ways.
The Earth and Venus are pretty close to being the same size (about 5% difference), and Uranus and Neptune are also pretty close to the same size (about 4% difference). All of the other planets are different.
There are no planets that we know of that are exactly the same size.
They are congruent. Figures that only have the same size or only have the same shape as each other are "similar".
No. The Moon is large compared to Earth. Almost all other moons are much smaller relative to the planets they orbit.
No they don't. for every planet their size varies.
Venus is almost the same size as the Earth; while all the other planets are quite different in size.
size, rings and moons
The planets differ in size and what they are made up of. Some are gas planets, others are solid. Some have multiple moons, some don't have any moons.