On Earth, clouds are made of water droplets and ice particles adrift in the atmosphere.
Of all the planets in the solar system, only Earth has large amounts of water, so our planet is the only one with clouds, as we know them. But some planets have clouds made of things other than water.
Other planets do have clouds, so long as they have an atmosphere to support them. Clouds here on Earth may be made of water, but clouds on Venus are made from sulfuric acid, giving the planet it’s yellowish-tan look from outer space. One could argue that the gas giant planets on the other side of the asteroid belt are made up of clouds of gases, some even having storms like the Red Spot on Jupiter. Mars may have clouds, but not nearly as thick as those of Earth or Venus, as the atmosphere is very thin.
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