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why is there an asteroid belt in front of jupiter?

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The asteroid belt is not in Jupiter.


Jupiter is outside the asteroid belt.


Jupiter is outside the asteroid belt


Yes, Jupiter is outside of the asteroid belt.


The asteroid belt separating Mars and Jupiter is called the Main Asteroid Belt.


The asteroid belt is a broad orbital path between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.The asteroid belt is between Mars and Jupiter.


Main asteroid beltThe asteroid belt


Mars is not in the asteroid belt. The Asteroid Belt is between Mars and Jupiter.


Jupiter orbits the sun outside the asteroid belt.


Outside. The asteroid belt lies between Mars and Jupiter.


Asteroid belt is between Mars and Jupiter.


The asteroid belt is an area between the orbits of Jupiter and Mars that contains many small, rocky bodies. Jupiter does have very faint rings, but these are not called an "asteroid belt".


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



the belt between mars and Jupiter is the asteroid belt.


The asteroid belt is between Jupiter and Mars.


Jupiter is behind the asteroid belt


The asteroid belt lies between Mars and Jupiter.


Jupiter is inside the asteroid belt


No, although there probably are a few asteroids between Jupiter and Saturn the asteroid belt is between Jupiter and Mars.


The asteroid belt is a region of space between Mars and Jupiter.


The asteroid belt is located between mars and Jupiter


The asteroid belt is between Mars and Jupiter.


The asteroid belt is between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter


Saturn is well beyond the asteroid belt. The asteroid belt is located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. Saturn is the next farthest from the sun, after Jupiter.



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