How do the atmospheres of the giant planets differ from the atmospheres of the terrestrial planets?

The atmospheres of the giant planets are very dense and extended, they consist of hydrogen, helium, small amounts of methane, ammonia and other hydrocarbons. The terrestrial planets have a dense and extended atmosphere only for Venus. The main gases are carbon dioxide, nitrogen, argon, and oxygen in the Earth’s atmosphere. Mercury has almost no atmosphere.

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