Mars has more gravity than the moon because Mars has 38% of gravity and the moon has 16.7% of gravity ;therefore, Mars has more gravity than the moon.
you would feel lighter because of the less gravity on mars so the less gravity on the moon;)
Gravity is directly proportional to the mass (weight) of an object. The moon does have less pull of gravity than the Earth, but it has lots more pull of gravity than, say, the 2 moons of Mars.
Mars has less gravity.
Mars has less mass than Earth does.
For sure. Mars has about twice the gravity of the Moon and the astronauts could walk there. Mars has about a third of the gravity of the Earth, so you could walk quite happily - albeit with a lot less effort.
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No. The gravity on Mars is about 38% that on Earth. So Mars has about 62 percent less gravity.
The moon has less mass than Earth. Gravity is proportional to mass, so there is less gravity on the moon.
Yes. The effects of gravety on Mars are less than on Earth. Mars has 37.6% of Earth's gravity.
Gravity is caused by mass. The MASS of the Moon is far less than the mass of the Earth, which is why the gravity of the Moon is less.
There is gravity on the moon, just less of it, because the moon has less mass than the earth.
Because there is less gravity on Mars.
The surface gravity on Mars is about 38% of the Earth's. So the Earth's gravity is about 2.63 times the gravity of Mars.
Mars does not have extreme gravity! It is less than 40% of the earth's gravity.
Because the moon has less mass than earth.
Gravity depends on mass. More mass in Earth means more gravity on Earth; less mass in the Moon equals less gravity on the Moon.
There Is gravity on the Moon. It's less than the gravity on the Earth, because the Moon is smaller than the Earth, but, there is gravity on the Moon.
No. The strength of gravity on Mars is less than half of that on Earth.
Mars has 38% approximative gravity to that of Earth, meaning Earth has almost three times as much. While the moon has 16.7% that of the Earth. Meaning Mars has a stronger gravitational pull then that of the moon.
There is gravity on the moon. It is about on sixth what it is on Earth. This is because the moon has less mass than Earth does.
Weight is mass times gravity, and there is less gravity on the moon, therefore you weigh less on the moon.
It doesn't. As an example, the acceleration of gravity on the surface of Earth's moon is less than 1/2 of what it is on the surface of Mars. The strength of gravity on any astronomical body is determined by both its mass and radius. Those are the answers to any "why" gravity question.
Why does Mercury and Mars have less gravity than Earth because they both have less mass than does the Earth.
The moon does have gravity. It's about one-sixth of the gravity we have on earth. You would weigh less if you were on the moon.