Planet Mars

Size of Mars compare to Earth?

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2010-05-17 20:48:57

Mars is smaller than Earth.

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Mars has a diameter about 0.53 of the Earth's. Mars has a mass about 0.107 times the Earth's.

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Mars is approximately half the size of the Earth.

Comparing diameters, Mars is about 53% the size of Earth. So, the volume of Mars is about 15% of Earth.

Mars has a similar size to the Earth. There may be life on Mars. Actually, the Earth is almost twice the size of Mars (1.88 --&gt; 1). Venus is much closer to the size of Earth (1.05 --&gt; 1)

Yes, Mars is almost exactly half the size of Earth as it is 0.533 times the size.

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

Earth is about twice the size of Mars. The radius from core to surface of Mars is 3396km whereas the radius from core to surface of Earth is 6371km.

Earth is roughly twice the size of Mars.

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Yes, Mars is about half the size of Earth

Earth is roughly twice the size of Mars.

Smaller, Mars is about half the size of Earth

The planet similar in size to Earth is Mars.

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).

No, Mars is smaller than Earth. Earth is approximatley 12,750 kilometers in diameter. Mars is approximately 6800.

Earth has about 1.9 times the surface area of Mars. Earth-12,756 km Mars-6,788 km

No, Mars isn't twice the size of the Earth. The equatorial diameter of the Earth is 7,926 mi (12,760 km), while the equatorial diameter of Mars is 4,220 mi (6,792 km). So we can tell that the Earth is twice the size of Mars, not the other way round.

One year on Mars is about 687 earth days compared to the the 365 days in a year on Earth.

it's smaller than the Earth, about the size of Mars

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