Math and Arithmetic
Units of Measure
How many miles from the surface of the earth to zero gravity?
Asked in Planet Venus, Gravity
How many times greater is venus gravity than earth?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Area, Planet Earth
How many square miles of the earth's surface is covered by ocean?
Asked in Science, Astronomy, Gravity
How many miles is it from the surface of the earth to where the gravity force stop?
Asked in Mountains, Landforms
How many miles away is the surface of earth from the mantle?
Asked in Gravity
Can the earth have less gravity and still have a air?
Yes. Both Mars and Venus have weaker gravity than Earth does, but still have atmospheres. Mars has a very thin atmosphere which may have been close to the density of Earth's atmosphere in the distant past, despite having less than half the surface gravity. Venus has about 90% the surface gravity that Earth does, but has an atmosphere many times denser than Earth does.
Asked in Planetary Science, Planet Mars, Gravity
How many times stronger is Mars' gravity compared to earths gravity?
Asked in Distances and Travel Times
How many miles is it from the core to the surface?
Asked in Planetary Science, Planet Mercury, The Moon
How many times less gravity is in mercury than in earth?
Asked in Length and Distance
How many miles does it take to get to space from ground level?
Asked in Astronomy
How many miles from the surface of the earth to the surface of the moon?
Asked in Planet Jupiter
What is Jupiter gravity on earth?
piter does not have a solid surface upon which to stand - just many turbulent and increasingly dense layers of gas and liquid - though it may have a very dense, solid core. However, if you were to stand where the gassy layers give way to liquid (its approximate surface), gravity would be about 25m/s2. That's over two and a half times the gravity on the surface of Earth. If you weighed 100lbs on Earth (where gravity is 9.8 m/s2), you would weigh about 254lbs on Jupiter, or be around 254% as heavy (or 154% heavier).