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Smaller, Mars is about half the size of Earth

well mars is actually smaller then the earth

Gravity on Mars is substantially lower than on Earth.

Going out form Earth in order their sizes as compared to Earth are:-Mars - smallerJupiter - largerSaturn - largerUranus - largerNeptune - larger

Mars and Venus are both smaller than Earth but larger than Mercury

Both Venus and Mars are smaller than Earth but larger than Mercury.

Earth is not smaller than Mars, Mars is about half the size of Earth which makes Mars is smaller than Earth

Mars is smaller thean the Earth.

Venus is larger than Mars, but a little smaller than Earth.

Mars is much smaller than Earth.

Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune are much larger than earth. Venus (slightly), Mars (by half) and Mercury are smaller than earth.

Mars is smaller than the earth

It is a rocky planet that is much smaller and colder than earth.

It is neither larger nor smaller.

Mercury is smaller than Mars, all of the other planets are larger. That means Venus, Earth, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are all larger than Mars.

Mars is smaller than earth

Mars is substantially smaller than Earth, with about half the diameter.

It is a rocky planet but smaller and colder than the earth

Earth is about 1.88 times larger than Mars

No. Earth (diamater 12,756km) is much larger than Mars (diamater 6,787km).

The planet Mars is smaller than the Earth. It is also smaller than the planet Venus, which is the planet that is closest in size to the Earth (but like Mars, Venus is smaller than the Earth).

Mars is smaller than Earth.

It's a rocky planet, but is much smaller than earth and colder.

Asteroids can be different sizes, so they can be larger or smaller than Mars.

mars is smaller in volume than earth

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