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Mars is a stronger planet not a weaker planet

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Mars has a weaker gravity than earth because it is a smaller planet and is smaller than

weaker because Earth is stronger than mars.

Mars is 5,000 times weaker than Earth.

Mars has a much weaker gravity than Earth.

Mars has a much weaker gravity than Earth.

It is weaker. On Mars it's slightly more than one third that of Earth.

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

Because it's the biggest planet, probably stronger.

Mars's gravity is much weaker than Earth's. Mars only has 38% of Earth's gravity.

Weaker. Mercury is a teeny tiny planet.

Than what?The surface gravity of Mars is lower than that of Earth, but higher than that of the Moon, if that helps.

Mars has a gravitational pull of 3.7m/s2, which is a lot weaker than that of Earth (which is 9.8m/s2).

Stronger gravity than what? The gravity of Venus is stronger than that of the moon or of Mars, but weaker than that of Earth.

An object on the surface of Mars weighs about 37% of its weight on the surface of earth.

Surface gravity on Earth is more than twice that of Mars.

The gravitational force exerted at the surface (and above the surface) of Mars is weaker than that here on Earth. The reason: Mars has less mass than earth.

All of them do. There's no planet where the gravity is the same as on Earth.

Since Mars is much larger than the Moon and made of similar materials its gravity must be stronger.

It varies. It is stronger on some planets and weaker on others. The strength of gravity on any planet depends on its mass and diameter.

It depends on what area you are on each planet, =D

stronger.if you went in the planet you would crush by its thick atmosphere

stronger it getting biger Weaker

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