# Calculate your weight on another planet or star

Have fun calculating your weight on another planet or star, and how far you could jump with the same effort as on Earth.

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## Results

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### Earth / MoonComparison

3,67 times smaller
81 times lighter
-175 à 125°C on the surface
A daylight lasts 27 days
The gravity is 1,57 N/kg

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### Earth / MercureComparison

2,6 times smaller
18 times lighter
-183 à 427°C on the surface
A daylight lasts 59 days
The gravity is 3,72 N/kg

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### Earth / VenusComparison

1,05 times smaller
1,2 times lighter
465°C on the surface
A daylight lasts 243 days
The gravity is 8,85 N/kg

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### Earth / MarsComparison

1,87 times smaller
9,3 times lighter
-140 à 20°C on the surface
A daylight lasts 24,62 hours
The gravity is 3,72 N/kg

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### Earth / JupiterComparison

11,2 times bigger
318 times heavier
-145°C on the surface
A daylight lasts 9,84 hours
The gravity is 24,8 N/kg

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### Earth / SaturnComparison

9,44 times bigger
95 times heavier
-180°C on the surface
A daylight lasts 10,23 hours
The gravity is 10,5 N/kg

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### Earth / UranusComparison

4,10 times bigger
15 times heavier
-221°C on the surface
A daylight lasts 17,2 hours
The gravity is 9 N/kg

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### Earth / NeptuneComparison

3,9 times bigger
17 times heavier
-230°C on the surface
A daylight lasts 17,8 hours
The gravity is 11 N/kg

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### Earth / PlutoComparison

5,3 times smaller
454 times lighter
-223°C on the surface
A daylight lasts 6,387 days
The gravity is 0,8 N/kg

#### On Moon

kg
kg
m, instead of 1m on Earth, with the same effort.

#### On Mercure

kg
kg m, instead of 1m on Earth, with the same effort.

#### On Venus

kg
kg
m, instead of 1m on Earth, with the same effort.

#### On Mars

kg
kg
m, instead of 1m on Earth, with the same effort.

#### On Jupiter

kg
kg
m, instead of 1m on Earth, with the same effort.

#### On Saturn

kg
kg
m, instead of 1m on Earth, with the same effort.

#### On Uranus

kg
kg
m, instead of 1m on Earth, with the same effort.

#### On Neptune

kg
kg
m, instead of 1m on Earth, with the same effort.

#### On Pluto

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kg
m, instead of 1m on Earth, with the same effort.

## Info

Your mass (in kg) will actually be the same regardless of where in the universe you are. It's your weight (in Newton) that will vary according to the gravity of each planet. The results are shown in kilograms for ease of understanding, assuming that if you brought a scale on each of these planets, it would give you about the same results as those shown in kilograms.

### Exemple : Moon

Gravity on Earth: 9,81 N/kg
Gravity on Moon: 1,57 N/kg
You weigh (mass) 75 kg that to say (75 x 9,81) 735,75 N on Earth, and (75 x 1,57) 117,75 N on Moon
So your weight is about (735,75 / 117,75) 6,25 times lower than on the moon
A balance brought on the Moon would give you a weight of about (75 / 6,25) 12 kg
More direct method : (Mass x Gravity on planet) / Gravity on Earth