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2014-06-27 21:29:40
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Mars is approximately half the size of Earth. The diameter of Mars at the equator is 6,800 kilometers, which is 53 percent of the diameter of Earth.


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The earth is "very big" compared to Mercury or Mars, but the earth is only "big" compared to Saturn or Jupiter. It really depends how you wan to look at it, optimistically or pessimistically.

Earth is about 1.88 times larger than Mars.Earth has a diameter of 12,756 km whereas Mars has a diameter of 6,788 km (0.533 Earths)

Mars is way much smaller than earth.Because of that is cuz the earth is closer to the sun so it grows more than mars does!!!

No, not particularly, because the gravity on mars compared with earth is 38%, which isn't much.

Mars can be compared to Earth, because they both have numerous similarities.

The mass of Mars is 10.7% that of Earth.

the earth is polluted and mars isn't :)

Mars is approximately half the size of the Earth.

Mars is only about half the diameter of Earth.

Mars is 6,786 Km. in diameter. Big is a relative term. It is big compared to its moons but small compared to the sun

a day on mars is 24 hours, 39 minutes and 35 seconds compared to earth.

The gravity of Earth is 2.6 times that of Mars.

Venus is roughly the same size as Earth. Mars is only half the diameter of Earth and has less than 11% of the mass, and 28.4% of the surface area.

one year on mars is about two years on earth

The surface gravity on Mars is about 37% or 3/8 that on Earth.

Mars is 1.57 times the distance Earth is from the Sun.

I don't know mars mass all I know is that mars is smaller than earth.

Surface gravity on mars is 0.376 compared to that of the earth.

mars is the 7th largest planet.

A year on Mars is equal to 687 Earth days. That is about 2 Earth years.

Compared to Earth, yes. The surface gravity of Mars is 3/8 that of Earth.

Mars is very similar to Earth. Mars' year and day are very similar to Earth compared to other planets.

Earth is small compared to Neptune

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