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Inner And Outer Planets

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  • 1. Inner and Outer Planets What’s the Difference?? By: Rachel Workman
  • 2. Characteristics of Inner Planets:
    • Inner Planets
      • Higher densities than outer planets
      • Smaller than outer planets
      • Consist mainly of rock and metal
      • They have solid surfaces
  • 3. Mercury and Venus
  • 4. Earth and Mars
  • 5. Inner Planets
    • Mercury Venus Earth Mars
  • 6. Characteristics of Outer Planets:
    • Outer Planets
      • They are large gas giants
      • They are much bigger than inner planets
      • Made mostly of hydrogen and helium
      • Each has it’s own system of moons
  • 7. Jupiter and Saturn
  • 8. Uranus and Neptune
  • 9. Outer Planets Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune
  • 10. Quick Facts:
    • There is a great distance between the Inner and Outer planets
      • This space between them is called the Asteroid Belt
      • Large rocks swarm around and around in the Asteroid Belt.

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