The outer planets are larger.
Yes, Jovian planets are much larger than terrestrial planets.
No. The outer planets are larger and are mainly gaseous.
they are larger but not rockier then the inner planets the outer planets are made of gas.
are asteroids smaller or larger than planets
In principle, larger planets tend to have more moons - or to be accurate, more massive planets. However, even fairly small asteroids are known to have moons/companions.
Planets are larger, generally much larger.
Actually all the current planets are larger than our moon.
Generally the larger ones.
The moon appears much larger than the planets because it is closer.
Jupiter and Saturn both are larger planets than the rest.
The inner planets are smaller than the outer planets.
Like larger planets, dwarf planets also orbit the sun.
No. Larger planets have more moons.
All of the planets larger than Earth have several moons.Mercury and Venus are the only planets for which no satelliteshave been discovered.
larger planets have larger periods of revolutions
The four outer planets are all of the type astronomers call "gas giants", and have no hard, rocky surface per se. The inner planets are all solid rocky "terrestrial" planets. Also, the four outer planets are larger in size and lesser in density than the inner planets.
Jupiter, Saturn and Uranus are all gas planets.
They are larger, at least based on the planets in our solar system.
Planets are larger and more massive than asteroids, but very nearly the same size and mass as planets.
No, but some telescopes have detected larger planets orbiting other suns. There are larger planets than Jupiter for they are called Super Jupiters
YES, 100 stars and 100 asteroids are larger than 250 planets