With a diameter of 4880 km (3032 mi) Mercury's diameter is approximately 40% smaller than that of the Earth's at 12756 km (7926 mi). Correspondingly Earth is approximately 2.54 times larger than Mercury. Mercury, the closest planet to the Sun, is also the smallest planet if Pluto is not included.
size and shape.
Particle size. Otherwise nothing
I think the answer is thin; the crust is between 3 and 30 miles thick; less than 1% of the diameter of the Earth.
The size of the earth's inner core is about 15 percent of the earth's mass.
The size of your mommas stomach
According to NASA the size of Mercury is 2440 km radius. And it is almost a half the size of the Earth. Because Earth size is 6372 km radius. Meaning the Mercury is about 1/3 the size of the Earth.
Mercury is larger. size of Mercury: 4879 km size of Earth's Moon: 3475 km
Mercury is larger than the moon and so is closer in size to Earth than the moon is. It should be noted that Mercury is closer in size to the moon than it is to Earth.
The diameter of Mercury is 4,879 kilometers, which is about 38 percent of Earth's diameter. Earth is about three times the size of Mercury.
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It is closer to the Earth
Mercury is almost the same size as the Moon. The Moon is smaller than Earth. Mercury is then smaller than Earth.
earth is bigger than the moon
Earth has 2.54 times the surface area of Mercury. Earth-12,756 km Mercury-4,880 km