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Mars' volume is around 15% of the Earths volume.

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False. In volume, Mars is 0.15 times the volume of earth. Mars' radius is roughly half of Earth's radius.

mars is smaller in volume than earth

Mars is almost a sphere and the volume of a sphere is: 4/3*pi*radius3 So find its radius and its volume can be found using the above formula

The volume of Mars is 0.151 times that of the Earth The volume of the Moon is 0.02 times that of the Earth So 0.151/0.02 = 7.55 Moons fit inside Mars.

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Mars' is volume is 0.151 times that of the Earth. Venus' volume is 0.87 times that of the Earth. So: Mars can fit 0.87/0.151 = 5.76 times into Venus.

Eath is 1,083,00 km3 , Mars is 163,140,000,000 km3

In terms of volume, the sun is about 8,654,000 times the size of Mars.

Mars is 0.107 of the Earth's mass and 0.151 of the Earth's volume.

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

The volume of Jupiter is 1,321.3 times that of the Earth The volume of Mars is 0.151 times that of the Earth So: 1321.3/0.151 = 8750.33 Mars fits 8750.33 times inside Jupiter.

About an estamate of 2, 600 000 mars' would be about the same as the volume of the sun

Mars has a volume of 1.6318×1011 km3 (0.151 x Earth) The Sun has a volume of 1.412×1018 km3 (1,300,000 × Earth) So, the Sun is approximately 8.6 million times the size of Mars

The diameter of Mars is 6,792 km across The surface area of Mars is 145 million square kilometers The volume of Mars is 1.63 x 1011 km3 The Mass of Mars is 6.4 x 1023 kg

163180000000 cubic km (1.63 x 1011 km3). About 15% the volume of Earth.

Jupiter is the largest planet in the Solar System.To understand how large Jupiter is, here are some facts about Jupiter, Earth and the ever popular Mars.Mass of Jupiter is 1899 x 10^24 kg.Mass of Earth is 5.97 x 10^24 kg.Mass of Mars is 0.642 x 10^24 kg.Diameter of Jupiter is 142,984 kmDiameter of Earth is 12,756 km.Diameter of Mars is 6,792 kmVolume RatiosVolume Jupiter/Volume Earth = (142,984/12,756 )^3 = 1,408Volume Jupiter/Volume Mars = (142,984/ 6,792 )^3 = 9330Volume Earth/Volume Mars = (12,756/ 6,792 )^3 = 6.6Mass RatiosMass Jupiter/Mass Earth = 1899 /5.97 = 318Mass Jupiter/Mass Mars = 1899 /0.642 = 2,958Mass Earth/Mass Mars = 5.97/0.642 = 9.3

The volume of Earth is...17.81 times the volume of Mercury.1.227 times the volume of Venus.9.307 times the volume of Mars.

Earth is bigger. Earth is about twice the diameter of Mars and more than 6 times the volume.

The planet Mars has two moons. Deimos is the smaller of the two. The volume of Deimos is 998 kilometers cubed.

Mars' diameter is 2.928 times bigger than Pluto's. Mars volume is 25.54 times bigger than Pluto's. Mars' mass is 49.18 times that of Pluto.

Jupiter is, by far, the largest and most massive of the planets. There is a nice little Fact Sheet provided by NASA in the related links. Here are the quantitative facts about size that most interesting to this question. Mass of Jupiter is 1899 x 10^24 kg. Mass of Earth is 5.97 x 10^24 kg. Mass of Mars is 0.642 x 10^24 kg. Diameter of Jupiter is 142,984 km Diameter of Earth is 12,756 km. Diameter of Mars is 6,792 km Volume Ratios Volume Jupiter/Volume Earth = (142,984/12,756 )^3 = 1,408 Volume Jupiter/Volume Mars = (142,984/ 6,792 )^3 = 9330 Volume Earth/Volume Mars = (12,756/ 6,792 )^3 = 6.6 Mass Ratios Mass Jupiter/Mass Earth = 1899 /5.97 = 318 Mass Jupiter/Mass Mars = 1899 /0.642 = 2,958 Mass Earth/Mass Mars = 5.97/0.642 = 9.3

Jupiter is, by far, the largest and most massive of the planets. There is a nice little Fact Sheet provided by NASA in the related links. Here are the quantitative facts about size that most interesting to this question. Mass of Jupiter is 1899 x 10^24 kg. Mass of Earth is 5.97 x 10^24 kg. Mass of Mars is 0.642 x 10^24 kg. Diameter of Jupiter is 142,984 km Diameter of Earth is 12,756 km. Diameter of Mars is 6,792 km Volume Ratios Volume Jupiter/Volume Earth = (142,984/12,756 )^3 = 1,408 Volume Jupiter/Volume Mars = (142,984/ 6,792 )^3 = 9330 Volume Earth/Volume Mars = (12,756/ 6,792 )^3 = 6.6 Mass Ratios Mass Jupiter/Mass Earth = 1899 /5.97 = 318 Mass Jupiter/Mass Mars = 1899 /0.642 = 2,958 Mass Earth/Mass Mars = 5.97/0.642 = 9.3

Jupiter is far more massive than Mars and therefore its gravity field covers a larger volume of space so that it has been able to capture more debris from that volume.