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No. The gravity on Mars is weaker than that on Earth.

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A person would choke and be squashed by the extreme gravity.


No. The surface gravity on Mars is only about 38% of what it is on Earth.


A person would be squashed by gravity on Mars if there were a large slab of rock on top of him. The acceleration of gravity on Mars is 3.71 meters per second2 ... about 38% of its value on Earth. So an astronaut who weighs 200 pounds with all his gear on Earth would weigh 76 pounds on Mars.


A person would be squashed by gravity on Mars if there were a large slab of rockon top of him.The acceleration of gravity on Mars is 3.77 meters per second2 ... about 38% ofits value on Earth. So an astronaut who weighs 200 pounds with all his gear onEarth would have to drag around 76 pounds on Mars.


Mars does not have extreme gravity! It is less than 40% of the earth's gravity.


Absolutely not. Quite the opposite, as Mars has about a third of the gravity of Earth.



No. The gravity on Mars is about 38% of what it is on Earth, so you would actually be much lighter there. The only planet with gravity strong enough that it would render people unable to stand is Jupiter/


No, in fact the force of gravity there is weaker than on Earth due to Mars being less massive than the Earth!


No. The strength of gravity on Mars is less than half of that on Earth.



No. The gravity of Mars is only 38% that of Earth. So you would actually be much lighter on Mars.


No, the gravity at the surface of Mars is less than what we experience on Earth. So any people going there would find they were unusually light, not excessively heavy.


The ratio gravity on Mars to gravity on Earth is 1 to 2.64, while the ratio gravity on Earth to gravity on mars is 1 to .621.So a person on earth weighing 100 pounds would weigh 62 pounds on mars, and a 200 pound person would weigh 124


Yes. Any body with mass has gravity. Mars gravity is about 37% of earth's gravity at the surface. A person with a weight of 200 pounds on earth would be an energetic 74 pounds on Mars.


No. The gravity on Mars is much weaker than the gravity on Earth but it is still significant. You could jump higher but you couldn't float.


You can squish a person anywhere. If you are referring to gravity alone, then no, it would not squash a person.


As Mars is smaller than earth, and therefore has a lighter gravity, a person would feel lighter on Mars. In fact on Mars you would weigh half as much


Mars' gravity is only about 1/3 that of Earth: 38% That means a person weighing 160 lbs. on Earth would weight only about 61 lbs. on Mars.


240.1 because mars' gravity is 38% of earths.


The gravity on Mars is 0.379 that of Earth.


As Mars is smaller than earth, and therefore has a lighter gravity, a person would feel lighter on Mars. In fact on Mars you would weigh half as much.


Mars already has gravity. You could theoretically increase the gravity on Mars, but adding enough mass to make a noticeable difference would be impossible by any means we can control and would have catastrophic consequences for Mars.


Not by the Martian gravity at any rate. The gravity on the surface of Mars is weaker than on Mercury.


The gravity of Mars is about 38% of the Earth's gravity. So, if you weigh 100 pounds on Earth you would weigh 38 pounds on Mars.