It can be said to have no weight, as its weight could only be expressed if it were stationary in the Earth's gravitational field. However its mass (the matter it contains) is about 7.35x1022 kg. This is about 1/80th the mass of the Earth.
There is a large distinction between weight and mass. Mass has to do with the amount of matter is in some object, and determines how hard it is to push something around. Weight is how big the force of gravity is that is acting on some object. An object has the same mass no-matter where it is, but its weight depends on being close to the Earth or some other planet. For example, if you were out in space, far away from any planets, you would have no weight since there is no gravity, but your mass would still be the same as it is here on Earth.
So, it makes more sense to talk about the mass of the moon than its weight.
Relative Weight of Objects
It is usually not appropriate to talk about the weight of astronomical objects because the force of gravity varies, depending on the mass of a pair of objects, and their distance from one another. For example, if Earth attracts a table with a force of 100N, then the table attracts the Earth with the same force of 100N (Newton's Third Law), so the weight of Earth - on that table - is 100N. If you took the table millions of miles from Earth, that weight (the table or the Earth) would be much smaller, because the effect of Earth's gravity would be much less.
Instead of asking about the weight of objects, compare the objects' masses - those don't change, or hardly change.
On the moon you weigh about a sixth of what you weigh on Earth.
You would weigh about 1/6 as much on the moon as you weigh on earth if you were not wearing heavy equipment. I would weigh about 560 ounces on the moon.
On the Moon, you'd weigh 38.25 pounds.
You would weigh 20 pounds on the moon.
On the Moon, you'd weigh 6.8kg
12 pounds on the Moon.
If you weigh 32 pounds on the Earth, you would weigh 5.2 pounds on the Moon.
No. they weigh the same. The terminology of a half moon refers to how much of the moon can be seen.
If you weighed 100kg on Earth, you would weigh 13.2kg on the Moon
1 kg mass would weigh about 167 grams on the moon.
On the moon you would weigh 11.6 pounds.
On Earth's moon, it would weigh 7.4 kilograms.
On the Moon, you'd weigh 20.4 pounds.
You would weigh 24.9 lbs. on the moon
124 times as much as 1 would weigh.
They would weigh 12 pounds on the moon. The moon has 1/6 of Earth's gravity so you would weigh 1/6 of your weight on the moon.
As on the moon you weigh 1/6th of that on earth , so he weighed very much less.
If you weigh 120 pounds on Earth, then you would weigh 19pounds 13.7ounces on the moon.
You would weigh 54.43kg
She would weigh 21.9lbs.
The moon is much smaller than the earth. If you were to weigh yourself on a scale here on earth and then could take that same scale to the moon and weigh yourself there, the weight read on the moon would be 1/6 your earth weight. So, If you weighed 100 pounds on earth, you would weigh only about 16 pounds on the moon.
You weigh 3G's on the moon which is 3 times your weight... so 900lbs