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What do we call the second four plants?

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If you mean that the 'first' 4 planets (Mercury, venus, earth and mars) are a group then this group is called the ROCKY planets.

Using the same grouping the next 4 planets (jupiter, saturn, uranus and neptune) are called the GAS GIANT planets.

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