Your Weight
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On Mercury
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On Venus
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On Mars
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On Jupiter
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On Saturn
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On Neptun
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On Uranus
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On Pluto
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On the Moon
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Weight on Other Planets Calculator

By Piotr Małek
Last updated: May 21, 2021
With this weight on other planets calculator, you can check how much you'd weigh if you landed on another planet within our Solar system.
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One day we will be able to travel around the Solar System just like we travel abroad now. What will change however (except travel costs and time!) will be our weight on particular planets. Depending on where we land, we might weigh only a small fraction of what we weigh on Earth. Or if we choose to fly to Jupiter, we might get depressed and consider ourselves suddenly well overweight. Those will be some exciting times.

Our calculator can help you quickly figure out how much you would weigh on particular planets around Solar System (although Pluto is not considered a planet anymore, we included it here as we weigh very very little over there). Just insert your weight in any unit, and the tool will automatically return your weight on any other planet.

Differences are caused by the difference in gravitational force on each of the planet. Formulas are strictly based on Newton's Gravitational Law, and the equation:

F = GMm/r2

where:

  • F = gravitational force;
  • G = gravitational constant;
  • M = planet mass;
  • m = your mass; and
  • r = planet radius.
Piotr Małek
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