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Q: What type of planet is earth a terrestrial or gas giant?
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What type of planet is earth?

Earth is a large terrestrial planet commonly known as a rocky planet.


Why is Venus called a terrestrial planet?

Venus is called a terrestrial planet because it has a solid rocky surface, like Earth does. The other type of planet in this gas is a gas giant or Jovian planed, consisting largely of hydrogen gas, like Jupiter.


Does mars have a gas giant or a rocky terrestrial?

Mars is a terrestrial type planet itself. It has no other planets, gas giants or otherwise.


What type of planet is rocky or gaseous?

The "terrestrial planets" are rocky and the "gas giant planets" are gaseous.


What type is earth rocky or gas giant?

Earth is a rocky planet because the gas giants are in the outer planets and earth is in the inner planet.


What type of planet is mainly composed of silicate rock?

A terrestrial planet


What kind of planets are Earth and Mars?

They are called "rocky planets" (and Mars may be called a terrestrial planet, similar to Earth). The other major planet type is gas giants.


Why is Venus a gas planet?

Venus is not a gas planet it is a terrestrial or rocky type planet


What type of planet has a solid rocky crust?

terrestrial


What type of a planet is Saturn?

A giant gaseous planet. Saturn is a Gas Giant.


What are all of the planets?

It is currently impossible to name every planet in existence. The known planets in our solar system (listed with planet type and number and names of known moons) are as follows (in ascending order of orbital radius):Mercury (Terrestrial) [0]Venus (Terrestrial) [0]Earth (Terrestrial) [1, Luna]Mars (Terrestrial) [2, Phobos and Deimos]Ceres (Dwarf planet) [0]Vesta (Protoplanet) [0]Pallas (Protoplanet) [0]Jupiter (Gas giant) [66]Saturn (Gas giant) [62]Uranus (Ice giant) [27]Neptune (Ice giant) [13]Orcus (Dwarf planet) [1, Vanth]Pluto (Dwarf planet, binary) [4, Nix, Hydra, P4, P5]Charon (Dwarf planet, binary) [4, Nix, Hydra, P4, P5]Haumea (Dwarf planet) [2, Hi'iaka, Namaka]Quaoar (Dwarf planet) [1, Weywot]Makemake (Dwarf planet) [0]2007 OR10 "Snow White" (Dwarf planet) [0]Eris (Dwarf planet) [1, Dysnomia]Sedna (Dwarf planet) [0]


What type of planet is Neptune?

neptune is a gas giant planet

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