Jupiter

Science - Grade 6 / Earth and Space

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How are the outer planets different from the inner planets?

  • The outer planets are comprised mainly of gases while the inner planets are comprised of rocks.
  • The outer planets are comprised mainly of rocks while the inner planets are comprised of gases.
  • The outer planets are more massive than the inner planets.
  • The outer planets are lighter than the inner planets.

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Science - Grade 6

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