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Which rocky planet has the strongest gravitational pull?


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Answered 2012-03-30 12:17:12

Of the four inner, rocky planets, Earth is the largest and most massive. As a consequence, it has the highest surface gravity of the four inner planets. The gravity for Venus is around 90% of Earths, while for Mars and Mercury the surface gravity is around 38% of Earths.

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