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What would you weigh on Mars?

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If you weighed 100 lb on Earth you would weigh 37.7 lbs on Mars
  • 1lb = 0.377
  • 5lb = 1.885
  • 10lb = 3.77
  • 25lb = 9.425
  • 50lb = 18.85
  • 100lb = 37.7
  • 150lb = 56.55
  • 200lb = 75.4
  • 500lb = 188.5

Or multiply <weight> x 0.377
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Why would you weigh the least on mars?

Mars is a smaller planet than Earth. Your weight is the product of two masses yours and the planets Your mass stays the same wherever you are, if you stand on a smaller

If you weighed 50kg on earth what would you weigh on mars?

If your mass is 50 kg, then you weigh about 18 pounds on the moon, about 39.6 pounds on Mars, about 110 pounds on earth, and exactly zero while you're coasting through space

How much would someone weigh on mars?

If you weigh 100 pounds on Earth you would weigh about 38 pounds onMars.

Why would astronauts weigh less on Mars?

Because there is less gravity on Mars.

How much would a human weigh on mars?

Depends on how much you weigh on Earth. An Example: If you weigh 190 lbs on Earth, you would weigh 17.6 lbs.

How much would a kid weigh on mars?

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