compare and contrast earth with outer planets

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compare and contrast earth with outer planets

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    2021-07-23T05:46:11+00:00

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    In our Solar System, astronomers often divide the planets into two groups — the inner planets and the outer planets. The inner planets are closer to the Sun and are smaller and rockier. The outer planets are further away, larger and made up mostly of gas.

    The inner planets (in order of distance from the sun, closest to furthest) are Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars. After an asteroid belt comes the outer planets, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. The interesting thing is, in some other planetary systems discovered, the gas giants are actually quite close to the sun.

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    2021-07-23T05:46:21+00:00

    Answer:

    A comparison can be that they are all planets.

    A difference can be that unlike most of the planets, Earth has life and water where people can live on.

    Explanation:

    Earth is composed of many minerals and is a solid mass that is compacted with rocks.

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