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Uranus, Neptune, Saturn, and all have more mass than Earth.

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There is no particular reason: some planets have more mass than others.


Four planets, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune, have mass greater than that of the Earth.



Mercury, Venus, and Mars have a smaller mass than Earth.


All planets with more mass than earth have more gravity than it. So all of the gas giants have far more gravity than Earth.


If the planet has more mass, it has stronger gravity


Gravity is directly related to mass. More mass, more gravity. Less mass, less gravity.


Most of the known extrasolar planets are more massive than Earth because massive planets are easier to detect. We have detected planets smaller than Earth.


It doesn't make sense to compare the "weight" of planets. Comparing their mass does. Uranus is more massive than Earth.


The planets that have less mass than Earth are Mercury, Mars and Venus. The planets that have a lower average density than Earth are all of them; Earth is the most dense planet in our solar system.


Jupiter has more mass than all the other planets (in the Solar System) together.Jupiter has more mass than all the other planets (in the Solar System) together.Jupiter has more mass than all the other planets (in the Solar System) together.Jupiter has more mass than all the other planets (in the Solar System) together.


It doesn't. The force of gravity is proportional to the amount of mass an object has.


The Sun has 200 times more mass than ALL the planets, moons, asteroids and comets all put together.


Jupiter has a lot more mass than Earth. Earth's mass is packed tighter than Jupiter's mass


The planets and the Sun move around the center of mass of the Solar System. Because the Sun has much more mass than the planets, this center of mass is fairly close to the Sun.The planets and the Sun move around the center of mass of the Solar System. Because the Sun has much more mass than the planets, this center of mass is fairly close to the Sun.The planets and the Sun move around the center of mass of the Solar System. Because the Sun has much more mass than the planets, this center of mass is fairly close to the Sun.The planets and the Sun move around the center of mass of the Solar System. Because the Sun has much more mass than the planets, this center of mass is fairly close to the Sun.


Earth has more mass. Gravity is proportional to mass.Earth has more mass. Gravity is proportional to mass.Earth has more mass. Gravity is proportional to mass.Earth has more mass. Gravity is proportional to mass.


Because they turn faster on their axis than the Earth does. All planets spin at different speeds, related to their mass.


Many of the planets have more than one element. Two of these planets that have more than one element are Earth and Jupiter.


Mercury, Mars and Venus are all less massive than the Earth is.


Jupiter has more than 99% more mass than all the other planets in the solar system.


Uranus has a diameter of 51,118 kilometers. This is about 4 times larger than Earth. Uranus also has a mass that is 14.5 times more massive than the Earth. It is the smallest of the outer planets.


The Jovian planets rotate more rapidly than Earth


Yes, this is true. The more massive planets are gaseous. The relatively small inner planets are rocky, which means the are more dense. The gaseous planets make up for there low density with immense size. For example: Jupiter has 1,000 times the volume of Earth, although it is 300 times more massive than the Earth.


No. The Jovian planets are much more massive than the terrestrial planets.


It is more accurate to say that more massive planets have stronger gravity. If a planet had the same mass as Earth but a larger radius (i.e. it is less dense) surface gravity would be weaker, as the strength of gravity depends on both an objects mass and the distance from its center.