The giant planets, like the Sun, are predominantly composed of hydrogen and helium. In what phase states is the substance

The giant planets, like the Sun, are predominantly composed of hydrogen and helium. In what phase states is the substance of these cosmic bodies mainly located?

The matter of the Sun is in the form of hot plasma. Most of the matter of Jupiter and Saturn is in liquid and metallic states. Only a relatively thin shell has a gaseous character.

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