What’s Left Behind When You Boil a Gas Giant?

When we take a look at the planets in our Solar System, there's a pretty clear difference between the four inner, rocky worlds and the outer, gaseous, giant planets. Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars are all small, low in mass, and dense, with atmospheres that represent only a tiny fraction-of-a-percent of the planet's overall matter.

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