Do other planets have atmospheres? Are they stable, or changing/disappearing?



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    Yes. All planets in are solar system with the except of mercury and pluto have some sort of atmosphere. The gas giant, Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, and Uranus, are basically all “atmosphere.” They are made up of swirling gases and quite stable; in fact Jupiter’s “red spot” is actually a storm that has been going on for thousands of years. Mars has a very thin atmosphere but there is a possibility that its atmosphere was thicker in the past. Venus on ther other hand has a very thick atmosphere fulll of CO2 and suffers from an extreme greenhouse effect.

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