|| Moons, planetoids, artificial objects
A planet is a significant astronomical object with a stable orbit, typically around a star.
Types of planets
A floating city on the gas giant Liavara
- Gas giant
- Often large in size, gas giants have little or no solid surface. Instead, they consist largely of swirling gases—mainly hydrogen and helium—in a dense atmosphere.
- Ice giant
- Unlike gas giants, ice giants are composed of heavier elements—such as carbon, nitrogen, oxygen and sulfur—in solid or liquid form.
- Terrestial planet
- Terrestial planets or rocky planets have a solid metallic core with a surrounding silicate rock mantle. The deeper parts of the mantle may or may not be molten, but the outer surface of the planet is solid.
A structure on the planet Eox
- ↑ Planet, Wikipedia.
- ↑ Gas giant, Wikipedia.
- ↑ Ice giant, Wikipedia.
- ↑ Terrestrial planet, Wikipedia.
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