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Compared to Earth, Mars is a tiny world. In fact, Mars' mass is only 10% the mass of the Earth. Mass of Mars is 0.107 the mass of Earth. Why does Mars have such a low mass? Partly it's because it's so small. Mars has a radius half the size of the Earth. And partly it's because Mars has a much lower density than Earth.

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Mars is less massive than the Earth. The mass of Mars is 639E21 kilograms, which is 0.107 of the Earth's mass.


The mass of mars is about 0.107 Earth masses.


The mass of Mars is 10.7% that of Earth.


Mars has a mass of about 6.4*10^23 kilograms or about 10.7% the mass of Earth.


You need to:1) Divide the weight by Earth's gravity, to get the mass. 2) Remember that the mass will be the same on Mars. 3) Multiply the mass by the gravity of Mars, to get the weight on Mars.


I don't know mars mass all I know is that mars is smaller than earth.


Earth has more mass than Mars.


No. Mars has about one tenth of Earth's mass. Venus, howevr, does have a similar mass to Earth.


the mass would be lighter as there is less gravity on mars then earthxxx


Mars has a mass of 0.642x1024kg and a gravitational force of 3.7m/s2.


No. Mars is a little more than a tenth the mass of Earth.


Mars has a mass of 6.4185×1023 kg, or 0.107 times the mass of the Earth.


Yes. Mass is constant. However, you would weigh less on Mars.


mars mass is about 6.42 x 10^23 kg. this is 1/9 of the mass of the earth. a 100-pound persom on mars would weigh 38 pounds.


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.



Mars is 0.107 times the mass of earth. The reciprocal of that is the number of planets the mass of Mars it would take to equal a planet the mass of earth, or a little over 9 and 1/3.


Yes. Earth is about 6.5 times larger than Mars and has more mass.


The mass of an electron is the same on Mars as it is everywhere else in the universe:9.10938188 × 10-31 kilogramsMass is not affected by the gravitational effect of planets.


The planet Mars has a mass of 6.4185×1023kilograms, or just over one-tenth the mass of Earth.


Mars is the second least massive of the planets; only Mercury has a lower mass.


Mars' mass is 641,849,999,999,999,934,464 tonnes.


Mars' mass is 642,000,000,000,000,046,137,344 kilograms.


Actually, the idea that Pluto had about the same mass as Mars is outdated. It is now known that Pluto has less than 2% the mass of Mars, and therefore has less gravity.


-- If the mass of Mars increases, then its surface gravity also increases. -- If the mass of Mars decreases, then its surface gravity also decreases. -- So long as its radius does not change, the acceleration due to gravity on or near the planet's surface is directly proportional to its mass.



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