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Answered 2014-11-14 21:58:38

Neptune has a greater mass than Earth does.

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Answered 2020-03-23 19:11:18

no I doesnt

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Mars is much smaller than Neptune. See links. The mass of Mars is roughly one tenth the mass of earth. The mass of Neptune is roughly 17 times the mass of earth.


Yes. The diameter of Neptune is about 3.9 times that of Earth. The mass of Neptune is about 17 times that of Earth.


The Radius from the Center of Neptune is 24,622 km, (15,299 mi) while it is 25,362 km, (15,759 mi) for Uranus. So Uranus is bigger than Neptune, but Neptune has a greater mass. In other words Neptune is smaller but denser. Neptune has a radius of 3.88 Earth radii while Neptune has a radius of 4.01 Earth radii. In terms of mass, Neptune is 17.15 Earth masses while Uranus has 14.536 Earth masses.


Neptune is almost 58 times bigger in volume and 17 times bigger in mass. The diameter of Neptune is about 4 times that of earth.


Neptune is bigger than Earth which means, Neptune has got more gravitational pull than Earth.


We are making Neptune much bigger than actually it is, but it is just almost thrice the size of Earth. Even though it is the smallest of gas giants, it has a mass more than that of Uranus. So, Neptune is much massive than Earth, at least 17 times, so the volume of Neptune will be at least 50 times the volume of Earth. It will take 3 Earths to make a belt around Neptune. And also, there maybe some objects which are larger than Earth, but smaller than Neptune.


No planet is smaller than Neptune, but larger than Earth in diameter, but Uranus is there in mass. Uranus, even though larger, is less massive than Neptune. Neptune is a giant planet, but not as large as we believe. It is just 3 or 4 times larger than Earth in diameter, but is 16 times massive. Even Uranus is just 13 times. Jupiter and Saturn are much much bigger than all these planets.


Neptune's mass is 17.1 times greater than that of the Earth. Earth's mass is 5,973,700 x 10^21 kg Neptune's mass is 1.0215027 x 10^29 kg


Neptune is bigger than moon mass of Neptune = 1.0244 × 1026 kilograms mass of the Moon = 7.36 × 1022 kilogramstune is bigger than moon


The moon's mass is roughly one-sixth (1/6) that of the earth.


Uranus is one of the bigger planets. It is the third largest planet in diameter but it is smaller in mass than Neptune.


Mercury has a mass of 0.33x1024kg, and Earth has a mass of 5.97x1024kg. Thus, Mercury has a smaller mass than earth (or, in other words, Earth has a mass that's about 18x greater than that of Mercury).


Mercury (smallest), Mars, Venus, Earth, Uranus, Neptune, Saturn and Jupiter (largest). Note that although Neptune has more mass than Uranus, it is smaller in size.


The moon is smaller than the Earth. Its diameter is just over one quarter that of Earths, but its total mass is only around 1.23% of Earths mass.


Mercury (least massive), Mars, Venus, Earth, Uranus, Neptune, Saturn and Jupiter (most massive). Note that although Neptune has more mass than Uranus, it is smaller in size.


Only slightly. Neptune is smaller than Uranus, but has a greater mass because it is denser.


The mass is the same. Weight however will be different, as it's dependent on gravity, and the moons gravity is 1/6 of Earth.


Mass is invariant. It's the same in both places. Weightis different.


Neptune has a smaller diameter than Uranus but it is more massive. This is because Neptune has a larger density than Uranus.


Venus is smaller than earth...Venus' diameter is 86% that of the Earth's and 82% the mass


Jupiter (largest), Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Earth, Venus, Mars and Mercury (smallest). Note that although Neptune has a higher mass than Uranus, it is smaller in size.


Jupiter (largest), Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Earth, Venus, Mars and Mercury (smallest). Note that although Neptune has a higher mass than Uranus, it is smaller in size.


Yes it is, 3.8 times wider in radii, 15 vast in area, its mass is 17 times, volume 58 times of earth.


The mass on Neptune is 50kg although this is only due to mass being gravity independant; assuming you mean it's weight.It's Weight on Neptune would be: 600kg.(weight = mass * g)


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