Dictionary.com describes dirt as “A filthy or soiling substance, such as mud or dust.” Mars has large amounts of dust, so yes there is dirt on other planets.
There is most definitely loose sediment, or dirt, on the other terrestrial plants. Dirt is simply little bits of soil upon the planetary surface, and most likely planets like Mercury, Venus, Mars, and even Pluto have have dirt on them as we know it. However, since the surfaces of other planets are different from Earth’s, they may contain different elements within their sediment. Our moon, for example, has a high concentration of Helium-3, a powerful potential fuel source, but is rare on Earth. It is doubtful that the gas giant planets have dirt in the sense that Earth does, but they may have space dust and debris in their respective orbits and atmospheres.
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