That is to say, nearly all of them frequent the same region as the planetoids.
The relative positions of planetoids in the Belt just keep on shifting.
It is a purplish liquid that is fairly abundant on a number of the planetoids.
They are divided by the planetoids into an inner and an outer band.
If their paths were exactly circular, then no two of that vast number of planetoids would ever collide.
Now if the orbits of the planetoids be such an entangled mass, what must be the orbits of these meteors?
They were like nothing he had ever seen on either Earth or Mars or any of the planetoids between.
The planetoids with their interlacing and in some instances highly inclined and elliptical orbits were then undiscovered.
We now know that it contains about nine hundred "planetoids," or small globes of from five to five hundred miles in diameter.
You wouldn't need much more than a jet plane to get from one of these planetoids to another.