# How much would a 100 pound person on Earth weigh on Mercury?

## How much would a 100 pound person on Earth weigh on Mercury?

38 pounds
Since Mercury has less mass than Earth, the surface gravity on Mercury is less than the surface gravity on Earth. The surface gravity on Mercury is only about 38% of the surface gravity on Earth, so if you weigh 100 pounds on Earth, you would weigh only 38 pounds on Mercury.

How heavy would I be on Mercury?

3.285 × 10^23 kg (0.055 M⊕)
Mercury/Mass

### How much would a 150 pound person weigh on Venus?

135 pounds
For you imperial folks, if you weighed 150 pounds on Earth, you would weigh 135 pounds on Venus.

How much would a 100 pound person weigh Mars?

38 lbs
If you weighed 100 lbs on Earth, you would weigh only 38 lbs on Mars!

## Which planet would I weigh the most?

Jupiter
Jupiter is the largest planet in our Solar System with the most mass. Because of Jupiter’s mass, you would weigh more on that planet than on any other one in our Solar System. If you weighed 68 kg on Earth then you would weigh 160.7 kg on Jupiter, over twice your normal weight.

What is my weight on Neptune?

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).

### How big is Mercury and how much does it weigh?

Mercury, in many ways, resembles our own moon in appearance. It has a weight of 330 trillion tons and is the second most dense planet in our solar system. Since Pluto was downgraded to a dwarf planet, Mercury has become the smallest planet in our solar system.

How much would you weigh on the surface of Mars?

Because weight = mass x surface gravity, multiplying your weight on Earth by the numbers above will give you your weight on the surface of each planet. If you weigh 150 pounds (68 kg.) on Earth, you would weigh 351 lbs. (159 kg.) on Jupiter, 57 lbs. (26 kg.) on Mars and a mere 9 lbs.

## How much do you weigh on the surface of Earth?

Because weight = mass x surface gravity, multiplying your weight on Earth by the numbers above will give you your weight on the surface of each planet. If you weigh 150 pounds (68 kg.) on Earth, you would weigh 351 lbs.

How do you calculate the weight of an object on Mercury?

This calculates the mass of the object. Once we have the object’s mass, we can find the weight by multiplying it by the gravitational force, which it is subject to. Being that Mercury has a gravitational force of 8.87m/s 2, we multiply the object’s mass by this quanitity to calculate an object’s weight on Mercury.