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Inner And Outer Planets
Inner And Outer Planets
Inner And Outer Planets
Inner And Outer Planets
Inner And Outer Planets
Inner And Outer Planets
Inner And Outer Planets
Inner And Outer Planets
Inner And Outer Planets
Inner And Outer Planets
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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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