The asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter is thought to be left over from a planet that was unable to form due to the gravitational influence of Jupiter or the remains of a planet...
The asteroid belt is the circumstellar disc in the Solar System located roughly
between the orbits of the planets Mars and Jupiter. It is occupied by numerous ...
Jun 11, 2012 ... Most asteroids orbit between Mars and Jupiter in the Main Asteriod Belt. But
some space rocks stray out of the main belt and threaten Earth.
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About 2-4 AU (186-370 million miles) away from the Sun, between the orbits of
Mars and Jupiter, is a region called the Asteroid Belt. This region is a ring of tens
Aug 23, 2015 ... The asteroids of the inner Solar System and Jupiter: The donut-shaped asteroid
belt is located between the orbits of Jupiter and Mars. Credit: ...
Jun 11, 2014 ... It seems like there's a strange gap in between Mars and Jupiter filled with rocky
rubble. Why didn't the asteroid belt form into a planet, like the ...
The Asteroid Belt is located in an area of space between the orbits of Mars and
Jupiter. That places it between 2.2 and 3.2 astronomical units (AU) from the Sun.
Jul 22, 2011 ... I'm curious about why the asteroid belt wasn't pulled by Mars's or Jupiter's gravity
or formed into either moons or planets. Why did it form into an ...
Our asteroid belt can be found between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. The Solar
System has eight planets, smaller dwarf planets (like Pluto), and a star.
Because the asteroid belt is between the Mars and Jupiter orbits, it is around 2.2
to 3.2 ... The average distance between objects is a massive 600,000 miles.