Venus and Mercury also have solid surfaces.
Only Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars have solid surfaces, as well as various moons. The other planets are all gas giants. Pluto would be solid, but is no longer regarded as a planet. The different planets and moons that have solid surfaces also have hills, valleys, mountains, craters and plains like Earth.
Mars, it only has two moons, while there are thought to be at least 5 for Pluto.
Pluto is actually smaller than Mars. It is only about a third of its size.
Water only exists on Pluto in solid form.
cube There are a great many solid shapes that have only flat surfaces.
Mars is larger than Pluto. Mars is the second-smallest major planet, the only smaller one being Mercury (which is also much larger than Pluto). (see related link)
A face is a flat surface. The only solid with no flat surfaces is a sphere.
Officially there are only 4 terrestrial major planets. They are Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars. All 5 dwarf planets are also solid: Ceres, Pluto, Haumea, Makemake, and Eris.
The planet is Pluto
A rectangular prism.
Five planets do not have rings- all and only gaseous planets have rings around them, such as Saturn and Jupiter. The solid earth planets do not: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars and the dwarf planet Pluto.
neither. pluto is the smallest and Jupiter is the largest Pluto is only a dwarf planet; Pluto is not recognized as a true planet by IAU.
Yes mars is solid and not made of some gasses. The only problem is to get your materials to mars and building it.
Mars, if you weigh 100lbs on Earth, you would weigh 37.7lbs on Mars. It would be Pluto as you would only weigh 6.7lbs on Pluto but it is no longer classed as a planet.
Earth and mars. Mars' water can only be a gas and a solid.
I can only think of Pluto, but that's only a "dwarf planet" now.
No. The four small, rocky planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars. Pluto is no longer considered a planet.
No, Mars is only about half the size of Earth and it is a solid, rocky planet.
There are none, if you're not calling Pluto a planet.
Yes but only in the solid form - ice.
The state of the common elements on Mars are all either a solid, liquid, or a gas. Some of them are found as only a solid, or only a liquid, or only a gas, or 2 of them, or all 3.