What planet is similar in chemical composition to a star, but in its internal structure does not resemble either a star or the Earth?

The chemical composition of Jupiter is similar to the composition of the Sun: for 1 atom of helium – 10 atoms of hydrogen. In terms of its internal structure, Jupiter is unlike any of the terrestrial planets. Jupiter is basically a liquid body with a small solid core in its center.

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