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Answered 2007-11-26 20:26:26

The earth does not have more gravity than any other planet. It does have the highest surface gravity of any of the inner planets, but Jupiter (2.6 g), Neptune (1.14g) and Saturn (1.1g) each have a higher surface gravity than earth. The surface gravity of the three planets is written as a function of (as the multiple of) the surface gravity of earth (g). (If a planet had twice the surface gravity of earth, its surface gravity could be written as 2g.)

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No. My planet (and presumably yours as well) is Earth.


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The size of the planet. Earth has more gravity than the moon because the Earth is a bigger planet than the moon.=====================================Let's see now ...Saturn is 2.36 times the size of Neptune, butits gravity is 1% less than Neptune's gravity.Hmmm...


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