# How much would you weigh if you landed on Mars?

## How much would you weigh if you landed on Mars?

Weight is a measure of gravity’s effect on mass. It varies based on factors like your mass, the planet’s gravity, and the distance between you and the planet’s center. If you weighed 100 lbs on Earth, you would weigh only 38 lbs on Mars!

How much does your weight decrease on Mars?

Since Mars has less mass than Earth, the surface gravity on Mars is less than the surface gravity on Earth. The surface gravity on Mars 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 Mars.

### What will be my weight on Mars if I am 50 kg on Earth?

On Earth, the weight of a 50 kg person is 110 lbs, because that is the force of gravity here. On Mars, their weight will be 0.38 times their Earth weight, or 41.8lbs.

How do you calculate your weight on Mars?

6.39 × 10^23 kg (0.107 M⊕)
Mars/Mass

#### How old am I on Mars?

4.603 billion years
Mars/Age

How much is 1kg on Mars?

The weight of 1 kilogram of mass at the Earth’s surface is 9.8 Newtons. On Mars, 1 kilogram would be about 3.5 Newtons. So, on Earth, the person would mass 77 kilograms, but weigh 754.6 Newtons. On Mars, the person would still mass 77 kilograms (because mass does not change with gravity), but weigh 269.5 Newtons.

## Do you age faster on Mars?

Short answer: Most likely not, but we don’t really know. There are theories about how gravity affects the physiology of our body, and we know what aspects get affected by lack of gravity. The overwhelming majority of effects noted due to low gravity are negative.

How long is a day on Mars?

1d 0h 37m
Mars/Length of day

### What is your weight on Mars compared to Earth?

Mars’ mass is 6.42 x 10 23 kilograms, about 10 times less than Earth. This affects the force of gravity. Gravity on Mars is 38 percent of Earth’s gravity, so a 100-pound person on Earth would weigh 38 pounds on Mars.

Do you weight more or less when on Mars?

The amount of gravity depends on the size of the planet. A small planet has less gravity and the larger planet has more gravity. If you stand on more massive planets like Jupiter you will weigh more and if you stand on less massive planets like Mars you will weigh less.

#### How many pounds will you weigh on the planet Mars?

How Much Do You Weigh On Mars? If your weight is 150 pounds (68 kg), you would weigh just 57 pounds (26 kg) on Mars. That’s definitely an easy way to lose weight real quick. Although the length of a day on Mars (24 hours 37 minutes) is similar to a 24-hour day here on Earth, a full year on Mars is 687 Earth days.

What would I weight on Mars and Jupiter?

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. (4 kg.) on the dwarf planet of Pluto.