What planet besides Jupiter is also made of hydrogen& helium?

Answer Saturn, besides Jupiter, also consists of hydrogen and helium. Both planets are considered gas giants and have rings, but Saturn's rings are more obvious. The planet is 30 percent the size of Jupit... Read More »

Top Q&A For: What planet besides Jupiter is also made of hyd...

What kind of planet is Jupiter?

Jupiter is classified as a gas planet. This type of planet does not have a solid surface and the gaseous material gets denser with increased depth. When observing Jupiter through a telescope, the v... Read More »

What color is planet Jupiter?

The planet Jupiter has many true colors, which include: white, orange, yellow brown and red. These colors are made by ammonium hydrosulfide clouds, belts and bands, according to NASA and Cornell Un... Read More »

What number planet is Jupiter?

Jupiter is the fifth planet from the sun. It's the largest of the planets; in fact, it's approximately 318 times larger than Earth and generally about twice as large as the other planets. In additi... Read More »

What planet is between Jupiter& Earth?

Mars is the fourth planet from the sun, with its orbit between that of the Earth and the giant planet Jupiter. Mars has an orbit that keeps it at an average of 141.6 million miles from the sun. Ear... Read More »