The four largest planets of the Solar System in decreasing size are ?

(1) Jupiter, Mercury, Saturn and Uranus
(2) Mercury, Jupiter, Saturn and Neptune
(3) Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune
(4) Jupiter, Mercury, Saturn and Neptune

Correct Answer : (3) The four largest planets of the Solar System in decreasing size are Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.

Explanation:

According to the size of the planets, the four largest planets of the Solar System in decreasing size are Jupiter (largest planet), Saturn (2nd largest), Uranus (3rd largest) & Neptune (4th Largest).

Sr NoPlanetRadiusRemark
1Mercury12,440 kmabout 1/3 the size of Earth
2Venus6,052 kmonly slightly smaller than Earth
3Earth 6,371 km
4Mars3,390 kmAbout half the size of Earth
5Jupiter 69,911 km11x Earth’s size
6Saturn 58,232 km9x larger than Earth
7Uranus25,362 km4x Earth’s size
8Neptune24,622 kmonly slightly smaller than Uranus
Size of Solar Planets

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