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Mars has 38% approximative gravity to that of Earth, meaning Earth has almost three times as much. While the moon has 16.7% that of the Earth. Meaning Mars has a stronger gravitational pull then that of the moon.

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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.


Yes. The surface gravity on Mars is about 38% of what it is on Mars, a little more than twice the surface gravity on the moon, where people have stood and walked.


The moon has less mass than does Mars and therefore has less gravity at its surface.


Gravity is directly proportional to the mass (weight) of an object. The moon does have less pull of gravity than the Earth, but it has lots more pull of gravity than, say, the 2 moons of Mars.


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


"The moon has more gravity than the earth." is a question (about the moon and gravity).


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


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Does mars' gravity affect other objects. yes it does but the gravity is 38% of the earths gravity and if doesn't affect objects then it will have no moon.


there is very little gravity on the moon of mars phobos from what i know


no, say if you weighed 1kg on earth than you would weigh 0.1 on the moon and 0.3 on mars


You don't need to produce it. There's plenty of gravity on Mars now. On the surface, it's a little more than 1/3 as strong as it is on Earth, or almost double what it is on the moon.


Gravity depends on mass. More mass in Earth means more gravity on Earth; less mass in the Moon equals less gravity on the Moon.


No. Earth has a stronger gravity than Mars because Earth is more massive. No. The surface gravity on Mars a little more than a third that on Earth.


As gravity is related to mass, the object with more mass has more gravity. Thus as the Earth is more massive than the moon, it will have more gravity. This is why the moon orbits the Earth, and why the Earth orbits the Sun.


For sure. Mars has about twice the gravity of the Moon and the astronauts could walk there. Mars has about a third of the gravity of the Earth, so you could walk quite happily - albeit with a lot less effort.


Mars is 15.1% as volumous as Earth, meaning it takes up 15.1% of the space that Earth would fill. The moon on the other hand is 2% of the volume of the Earth making the volume of Mars about 7.5 times that of our moon. Mars is also about 9 times as massive as our moon. So yes, Mars is larger. Interestingly, the gravity on Mars is only 2.3 times the moon's gravity despite Mars having 9 times as much mass. This is because you are closer to the center of the moon's gravity when standing on the surfcace.


The Earth has about six times more gravity than the Moon.


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


Earth. Mars' gravity is only around 38% of Earths.


Earth is more massive than Mars and therefore has greater gravity.


yes it does but the gravity is 38% of the earths gravity and if doesn't affect objects then it will have no moon


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


No. The craters on the moon do not affect its gravity.


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



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