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Weight Elsewhere in the Solar System
Input Data Enter your age in years:  
Enter your weight in pounds:  
or your weight in kilograms:  

Information How much you weigh depends on your mass, the mass of the planet, and the distance you are from the center of the planet.

Since the various planetary bodiesin our Solar System are different sizes, you will weigh less or more on each.


 FYI: Your mass in newtons:
Results
Planetary Likeness Planet Name Diameter (km) Mass (kg) Weight & Age      Moons Diameter (km) Mass (kg) Weight      
Pluto 2,274 1.27e22   Charon 1,172 1.90e21  
Neptune 49,532 1.0247e26   Triton 2,700 2.14e22  
Uranus 51,118 8.683e25   Titania
Oberon
Umbriel
Miranda
1,578
1,523
1,170
472
3.49e21
3.03e21
1.27e21
6.33e19
 
Saturn 120,536 5.68e26   Titan
Enceladus
Mimas
5,150
498
392
1.35e23
8.40e19
3.80e19
 
Jupiter 142,984 1.900e27   Io
Europa
Ganymede
Callisto
3,630
3,138
5,262
4,800
8.94e22
4.80e22
1.48e23
1.08e23
 
Mars 6,794 6.4219e23   Deimos
Phobos
15
25
1.80e15
1.08e16
 
Earth 12,756 5.972e24   Moon 3,476 7.35e22  
Venus 12,104 4.869e24  

 

NOTES
•  Gravity values vary about 5% in different books, web sites and other resources, the values used here are approximate and should not considered accurate for all calculation methods.

•  Years age based on solar orbit of planet. You may estimate your decimal months for age; eg 6 years, 4 months = 6.33 years.

•  Not all moons are listed for all planets.

• 

White Dwarf & Neutron Star values are a best estimate from current scientific information.

•  The image is NOT representative of scale, it is designed for visual ease only.
Mercury 4,880 3.30e23  
Sun (Sol) 1,390,000 1.989e30  
White Dwarf
(Sirus B)
28,500 1.79e30  
Neutron Star 11 3.48e30  

Calculator concept adopted from NASA's Exploratorium.com Museum of Science

Interactive planetary size comparison at ScienceNetLinks.com

 

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