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Monday, August 31, 2015

In which planet, your weight will be the lightest?

Because of differences in gravity, the weight of an object (as compared to the mass of objects on Earth), which is the surface of Planet also vary. For example if your weight is 70 kg on Earth, then on other planets in the solar system your weight will be different.
The surface of the planet Mars. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1NXUzsJ)
Your weight on other planets (in our solar system) will differ depending on the density or density of a planet that affects the strength of gravity. Then, In which planet your weight will be the lightest?

The answer was on Mars. Why Mars? Maybe you will think why not in Mercury which has a size smaller than Mars? Not the size of the planet, because Mercury has a density greater than Mars so that its gravity is larger than Mars.

If your weight is 70 kg on Earth, then your weight on Mars around 26,39 kg and 26.46 kg on Mercury, then will be about 165,2 kg on Jupiter. In conclusion, the more massive a planet, the greater its gravity and your weight becomes larger. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | ]
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