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

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Yes. The gravity on Mars is a little more than a third that of Earth, about 38%.


Their gravity is too weak to hold on to atmospheric gases.


Mars has fairly weak gravity and does not have a magnetic field to protect its atmosphere from the solar wind.


Because of Earth's size, and considering it as one of the smallest planets, it has a weak gravity compared to the OTHER planets. Most planets have greater gravity because of their size. Earth has a stronger gravity compared to mars, mercury, and venus.


well, the gravity is weak so it means that we cant go there! so no one will be able to visit Mars unless people figure out a way to go there despite the fact of the low gravity.


Mars has 37.9% of Earth's gravity. The ratio gravity on Mars to gravity on Earth is 1 to 2.64.


The gravity on Mars is about 0.38 that of Earth.


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.


Saturn's gravity is very weak.


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.


Yes, gravity does act on the Mars Rovers. On Mars, the gravity on the surface is 39% as strong as it is on Earth. This is also about the same amount on Mercury. A man weighing 200 pounds on Earth (or 440 kg) would weigh 78 pounds on Mars (171.6 kg). The six wheels the rovers have push the rovers around, they just don't have to work as hard to overcome the weak Martian gravity.



No. Gravity on Mars is about 38% of what it is on Earth.


The gravity of Earth is 2.6 times that of Mars.Mars's gravity is 38% of Earth's gravity.


Comparing the gravity of Mars compared to Earth's, Mars having a much smaller mass than Earth, Mars has a much weaker Gravity.


No. The gravity on Mars is about 38% of what it is on Earth.


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


Surface gravity (Earth=1) Mars: 0.38


The surface gravity on Mars is about 38% that on Earth.


Mars has about 38% of the Earth's surface gravity.


No. The gravity on Mars is about 38% that on Earth. So Mars has about 62 percent less gravity.


Generally speaking, the bigger or more massive a planet it, the more gravity it has, since gravity and mass are related. the small planets such as Mars and Mercury have a weaker gravity, while the larger planets have a strong gravitational field.


At the surface of the planet Mars, the gravity at the equator is 37.6 % of the gravity of the Earth and the surface on the equator.


Mars does not have extreme gravity! It is less than 40% of the earth's gravity.


The gravity of Earth is 2.6 times that of Mars.



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