Any planet whose orbit lies beyond the earth's orbit around the sun.
Planet whose orbit lies outside Earth's orbit.
any of the planets whose orbit lies outside the earth's orbit
a planet whose orbit is outside the Earth's orbit around the Sun: Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto
A planet with an orbit lying further from the Sun than the Earth's. The superior planets are Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto. These planets are generally easier to see than the inferior planets. The unaided eye objects amongst them are Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. The superior planets are remarkable for the retrograde loops which they trace.
A Superior Planet is a planet whose orbit lays outside the orbit of the Earth. These are: Mars, Jupiter, Saturn Uranus, Neptune & Pluto.
The planets Mars through Pluto, so-called because their orbits are beyond Earth's orbit around the Sun and thus superior to Earth in terms of distance from the Sun.
a planet farther from the sun than Earth; includes Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto
A planet that exists outside the orbit of the Earth. All of the planets in our solar system are superior except for Mercury and Venus. These two planets are inferior planets.
A planet which is more distant from the Sun than another planet, and so can periodically come to opposition as viewed from the inner planet. As viewed from the Earth, all the planets from Mars outwards are superior planets.