# What is the gravitational force on each planet?

## What is the gravitational force on each planet?

Gravity on other objects in space

Space object g, gravitational field strength (N/kg)
Venus 8.8
Earth 9.8
Moon (satellite) 1.7
Mars 3.7

What is the gravitational force between Neptune and the sun?

Suggested by uhoh: The force exerted by the Sun on Neptune (and vice versa) is about 93.3 times weaker than that of the force exerted by the Sun on the Earth(and vice versa).

What is the average gravitational force?

9.80665 m/s2
The nominal “average” value at Earth’s surface, known as standard gravity is, by definition, 9.80665 m/s2 (32.1740 ft/s2).

### What is Neptune made of?

Structure. Neptune is one of two ice giants in the outer solar system (the other is Uranus). Most (80% or more) of the planet’s mass is made up of a hot dense fluid of “icy” materials – water, methane, and ammonia – above a small, rocky core. Of the giant planets, Neptune is the densest.

How many planets have gravitational force?

Eight Planets
Gravitational Factors of Our Eight Planets.

What is the gravitational force between the sun and each planet?

Gravity Table

OBJECT ACCELERATION DUE TO GRAVITY GRAVITY
Mars 3.7 m/s2 or 12.2 ft/s 2 .38 G
Venus 8.87 m/s2 or 29 ft/s 2 0.9 G
Jupiter 24.5 m/s2 or 80 ft/s 2 2.54
the Sun 275 m/s2 or 896 ft/s 2 28 G

#### Is Neptune more massive than Uranus?

Density, mass, and volume Although Neptune comes in fourth in terms of diameter, it ranks third in terms of mass, ahead of Uranus. The gas giant weighs in at 1.02 x 1026 kilograms, or 102 trillion trillion kilograms. It is more than seventeen times as massive as Earth.

How much gravity is on Mars?

3.721 m/s²
Mars/Gravity

How much gravity is on Jupiter?

24.79 m/s²
Jupiter/Gravity

## Is Neptune all water?

Structure. Neptune is one of two ice giants in the outer solar system (the other is Uranus). Most (80% or more) of the planet’s mass is made up of a hot dense fluid of “icy” materials – water, methane, and ammonia – above a small, rocky core.

What planet has the most gravitational force?

Jupiter
Jupiter is the largest in our Solar System, meaning it also has the highest gravity. You would weigh two and a half times on Jupiter than what you would on Earth. Gravity is a fundamental force of physics, which keeps everything attracted to the earth’s surface.

How strong is the gravity on Neptune?

How strong is the gravity on Neptune? Although Neptune is much larger than Earth, its surface gravity is about the same as the surface gravity on Earth. This is because Neptune is made up of gases and is not solid like Earth. This makes Neptune very light for its size.

### How much would I weigh on Neptune if I weigh 100 lbs?

If you weighed 100 lbs on Earth you would weigh 236.4 lbs on Jupiter. 2. Neptune has a gravitational pull of 11.15 m/s2 compared to Earth’s pull of 9.81 m/s2. An individual weighing 100 lbs on Earth would weigh 112.5 lbs on Neptune.

Why is Neptune so much lighter than Earth?

This is because Neptune is made up of gases and is not solid like Earth. This makes Neptune very light for its size. The surface gravity on Neptune is about 110% of the surface gravity on Earth, so if you weigh 100 pounds on Earth, you would weigh 110 pounds on Neptune (assuming you could find someplace to, well, stand).

What is the size and distance of Neptune from Earth?

Size and Distance. Size and Distance. With a radius of 15,299.4 miles (24,622 kilometers), Neptune is about four times wider than Earth. If Earth were the size of a nickel, Neptune would be about as big as a baseball. From an average distance of 2.8 billion miles (4.5 billion kilometers), Neptune is 30 astronomical units away from the Sun.