are asteroids smaller or larger than planets
Planets are generally much larger than asteroids. Some extremely large asteroids are classed as dwarf planets, but there are not many of them.
No, asteroids are smaller than planets, and planets are smaller than the sun.
YES, 100 stars and 100 asteroids are larger than 250 planets
Planets are larger and more massive than asteroids, but very nearly the same size and mass as planets.
Virtually all comets are larger than some asteroids and smaller than others.
Objects that are smaller than planets are called "dwarf planets"; even smaller objects are called "asteroids".
its the comets are smaller than planets, moons, and asteroids. In order of size, usually comets < asteroids < moons < planets
Asteroids can be different sizes, so they can be larger or smaller than Mars.
Asteroids are not spheroidal in shape, they are much smaller than the planets, and they were unknown to the ancients who first noted the stars that move in the sky and called them planets.
The inner planets are smaller than the outer planets.
Yes. By definition a meteoroid is smaller than an asteroid.
Of the seven other planets that orbit the sun, three are smaller than Earth and four are larger.
Asteroids are larger than Meteoroids.
No. They are usually smaller.
Asteroids are much smaller than planets and generally are not rounded by their gravity.
No. Asteroids are smaller than even the smallest planets. Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system. The only object in the solar system larger than Jupiter is the sun.
Asteroids, some comets, and dwarf planets are classified as minor planets. Stars and galaxies are much larger than planets There are dwarf planets and these are Ceres Pluto and Eris.
None. Even the smallest planets are larger than the largest asteroids.
Objects that formed farther out than space are smaller than the planets because there is less matter available to form them further out from the sun. Less matter results in smaller objects, including asteroids and dwarf planets.
planets are apart and help are solar system and asteroids hit are planets
Asteroids, by definition, are much smaller than planets. That's one reason why they are mostly shaped irregular, unlike planets which are close to being round. The round shape is due to the increased mass (or weight) and only large masses tend to be round due to gravity.
Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune are much larger than earth. Venus (slightly), Mars (by half) and Mercury are smaller than earth.
no dwarf planets are smaller the Earth and the other planets.
They are larger, at least based on the planets in our solar system.
Mars, Mercury, and all the dwarf planets and minor planets (asteroids) are smaller than venus. as of yet, there are no exoplanets smaller than venus, except one orbiting a pulsar, PSR B1257+12, that is only .02 (thats smaller than Ceres, the smallest dwarf planet)