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Four planets, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune, have mass greater than that of the Earth.

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Four in our solar system: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.

Gravity is the force caused by the pull of a planet's mass, some planets have a higher mass than the Earth, and so have a greater gravitational pull.

Quite simply, different planets have different masses. They are not all the same.

In a word, mass. Gravity is directly related to mass, and the mass of the sun is monumental compared with the mass of earth and the other planets.

In our Solar System, Jupiter has approximately that mass. Many of the extrasolar planets discovered so far have similar masses as well.

gravitational pull depends on density and mass.

The greater the mass, the greater the gravitational force.

The object's mass remains the same whether it is in the middle of interstellar space, on the moon, on the earth, or any of the other planets of our solar system.


no No the greater the mass of any object the greater the gravitational field. Everything down to the finest speck of dust has a gravitational field.

Gravity is the force that pulls all objects to the centre of the earth. It also works in space pulling planets towards the sun and the moon to the earth. Gravity is effected by mass, the greater the mass the heavier the pull of gravity

Jupiter has the greatest mass of all planets in the Solar System. Its mass is about 1.9x 1027 kg which is about 318 times greater than that of the Earth. The planet with the largest mass in our solar system is by far Jupiter, although larger planets are now known to exist elsewhere.

The moons gravity is less than that of the earth, since the earths mass is greater than the moons mass. Gravity is related to mass and distance from that mass. The greater the mass, the greater the gravitational field it has.

All planets with more mass than earth have more gravity than it. So all of the gas giants have far more gravity than Earth.

The Answer:Saturns mass is about 95 times greater than earths mass.

Mercury, Venus, and Mars have a smaller mass than Earth.

The mass of the earth is roughly 82 times the mass of the moon.

This is clearly related to its greater mass. The other giant planets also have several moons each.

Both the earth and sun have mass and the greater the mass the greater the gravitational pull, this is why the earth orbits the sun and the moon the earth, the mass of the sun is exceedingly larger than the mass of the earth and likewise with the earth and the moon.

Gravity of any body is directly proportional to its mass,since the mass of earth is greater than that of moon so earth has greater gravity.

The mass of Uranus is 14.537 times greater than the mass of the Earth.

I guess the closest planets in size are Earth and Venus

Mars is 0.107 times the mass of earth. The reciprocal of that is the number of planets the mass of Mars it would take to equal a planet the mass of earth, or a little over 9 and 1/3.

The mass of the Earth is about 6x1024 kg The mass of an elecron is 9x10-31 kg Divide the first by the second to get the answer: The Earth is about 6.5x1054 times more massive. 6,500,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000

Uranus, Neptune, Saturn, and all have more mass than Earth.

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