Planet Mars
Gravity

# What is the relative surface gravity of Mars to Earth?

567 ###### 2012-08-21 16:00:03

Mars' is about 38% of Earth's.

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## Related Questions At the surface of the planet Mars, the gravity at the equator is 37.6 % of the gravity of the Earth and the surface on the equator. The surface gravity on Mars is about 37% or 3/8 that on Earth. No. Surface gravity on Mars is 37.6% (about 3/8) what it is on Earth. Surface gravity on mars is 0.376 compared to that of the earth. Surface gravity (Earth=1) Mars: 0.38 The surface gravity on Mars is about 38% that on Earth. No. The acceleration of gravity on the surface of Mars, and therefore the weight of an object there, is about 38% of what it is on the surface of the Earth.  The gravity on the surface of Mars is approximately one third of that on the surface of Earth. Comment: I always say "about 38%". Compared to Earth, yes. The surface gravity of Mars is 3/8 that of Earth. Surface gravity on Earth is more than twice that of Mars. 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. An object on the surface of Mars weighs about 37% of its weight on the surface of earth. Relative to the earth, it's precisely 1.000 . Relative to the moon . . . 6.125 Relative to the sun. . . . . 0.036 To Mercury or Mars. . . . . 2.65 To Venus . . . . . 1.10 To Jupiter . . . . . 0.42 To Saturn . . . . . 1.09 To Uranus . . . . . 1.13 To Neptune . . . . 0.89 To Pluto . . . . . . 16.33 These numbers refer to the acceleration of gravity at the surface of each body. -- The acceleration of gravity at the surface of Mars is 3.722 m/s2 .That's about 0.3795 of what it is at the surface of Earth.-- The force of gravity on Mars depends on the mass of the object under test,just as it does on Earth.In a manner identical to the behavior of gravity on Earth, fat people will weighmore on Mars than skinny ones will. The surface gravity on Mars is about 38% of the Earth's. So the Earth's gravity is about 2.63 times the gravity of Mars.  Mars is much smaller than the Earth, with only about 10% of the mass. The gravity at its surface would be only 38% of Earth's. The acceleration due to gravity at the surface of Mars is 3.722 m/s2 .That's about 37.95% of its value on Earth. An object on the surface of Mars weighs about 38% of its Earth weight. Essentially, mass = gravity Earth = 9.3 * mass of mars, standing at the same distance from both, earth would effect a force on you 9.3 times that of mars. Surface gravity comparison: weight of 100 kg on earth surface = 37.8 kg on mars surface No. The surface gravity on Mars is only about 38% of what it is on Earth. Mercury &amp; Mars both have surface gravity less than that of Earth. Mars is about 1/3 that of Earth. The surface gravity of Venus is also less, but only very slightly. The acceleration of gravity on the surface of Mars, and therefore the weightof any object placed there, is 37.95% of its value on the Earth's surface. Mars has about 38% of the Earth's surface gravity. 