The inner planets of the Solar System are Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars. They are relatively small, dense and rocky with few or no moons.
The inner Solar System is the region comprising the terrestrial planets and the
asteroid belt. Composed mainly of silicates ...
Jun 25, 2016 ... Our Solar System is an immense and amazing place. Between its eight planets,
176 moons, 5 dwarf planets (possibly hundreds more), 659212 ...
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 S.
Aug 10, 2015 ... The four inner planets of the solar system — those closest to the sun — are
terrestrial planets having Earth-like features.
Take a tour of the four inner planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars. Known as
the terrestrial planets, find out what makes each of them unique...
Inner Planets. The inner four planets are called terrestrial planets. That means
that they are like the earth in some ways. The terrestrial planets Mercury, Venus,
The Inner Planets. The four innermost planets in the Solar System (Mercury,
Venus, Earth, and Mars) are sometimes called the "terrestrial" planets because of
The inner planets of the solar system are all relatively close to the sun. They are
also all relatively similar to each other in size, mass, density and other physical ...
Compared to the four gas giant planets that make up the outer solar system, the
inner planets all have diminutive sizes. Of the four, Earth is the largest, with a ...