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On Saturn, a person that weighed 100 pounds on Earth would weigh about 93 pounds. This is due to gravitational impact differences.
A 95 pound person would weigh 101 pounds on Saturn. Saturn's gravitational pull is very similar to the gravity on Earth.
A 100 pound object would weigh 116 pounds on Saturn.
106 pounds Saturn's gravity acceleration at the equator is about 10.4 m/s2. Earths gravity acceleration is 9.81 m/s2. So Saturn's gravity is about 10.4/9.81 = 1.06 times… stronger than Earth's. That would put a weight of 100 lb on Earth, on 106 lb on the surface of Saturn at the equator.
A person that weighs 120 pounds on Earth would weigh 127 pounds on Saturn. To find out how much a person would weigh on Saturn, simply multiply that person's weight by 1.0…66.
You would be the same weight you are right now. But Saturn by itself is the same weight in space.
You would weigh 133 pounds while on the surface.
On Saturn, you'd weigh 115 pounds.
On Saturn, you'd weigh 1.15 pounds.
The answer to this question is dependent on whether you factor in the apparent gravitational acceleration due to the rotation of the planet! Saturn's gravitational field str…ength (not accounting for it's rotation) is approximately 105 % that of the Earth (10.44 N / kg vs 9.81 N / kg). As such if you weighed 100 pounds on Earth, your weight on Saturn would be approximately 105 pounds. However: When the rotation of the planet is accounted for, the strength of Saturn's gravity falls to 8.96 N / kg (vs 9.78 N / kg for Earth). As such at the equator on Saturn (where the rate of rotation is at a maximum and acts to an extent to counteract the gravitational field), you would weigh 91.6 pounds if you weighed 100 pounds on Earth.
You would weigh 87.02 pounds on Saturn.
On Saturn, you'd weigh 150.65 pounds.
On Saturn, you'd weigh 92 pounds.