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The asteroid belt is not in Jupiter.

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The Planet Jupiter is between the planet Saturn and the asteroid belt. On the other side of the asteroid belt is the planet Mars.


Jupiter is behind the asteroid belt


The planet Jupiter is outside the asteroid belt, which is located in between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.


Depends which way you are heading :-) Mars --> Asteroid Belt <-- Jupiter


Jupiter is the planet directly outside the asteroid belt.


No - the Asteroid belt lies between Mars and Jupiter.


jupiter is an outside planet because it is located outsid the asteroid belt.


The asteroid belt and then the planet Jupiter.


The asteroid belt is located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.


It is located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. It is believed the Asteroid belt is the result of a Failed planet, caused by the gravitational effect of Jupiter.


20780 Chanyikhei (2000 RO11) is a main-belt asteroid discovered on September 1, 2000.It is an asteroid and not a planet but does lie in the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.


No, there is no known planet existing between Mars and Jupiter. Between Mars and Jupiter is an asteroid belt known as the Kepler belt.


Between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter is the Asteroid Belt, which includes the dwarf planet Ceres.


Ceres. It is by far the largest object in the asteroid belt, between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.


why is there an asteroid belt in front of jupiter?



Mars and Jupiter. It is located in the Asteroid belt


There certainly is enough material in the asteroid belt to form another planet, however the immense gravity of Jupiter prevented a planet from forming.


The planet Mars orbits immediately closer to the Sun than the Asteroid Belt. The so-called "main belt" has many millions of asteroids, the remnants of a failed planetoid that might have formed between Mars and Jupiter.Mars. The asteroid belt lies between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.


There is no planet in between Mars and Jupiter. We do have the asteroid belt, which includes Ceres, which is a dwarf planet rather than a planet.


The asteroid belt is where most asteroids reside between the orbits of Jupiter and Mars. It is not a feature on planet Mercury.


Jupiter is outside the asteroid belt.


Jupiter is outside the asteroid belt


Yes, Jupiter is outside of the asteroid belt.


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.



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