# What would change mass or weight on Jupiter?

## What would change mass or weight on 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 happens to your weight when you go to Jupiter?

If you are worried about your weight, do not go to Jupiter. The Jovian gravity is much more intense than Earth’s. 2.528 times more intense to be exact. That means if you weigh 100 kg on Earth, your weight on Jupiter would be 252.8 kg.

What happens to an object’s mass and weight when taken to Jupiter?

Mass stays the same regardless of location and gravity. You would have the same mass on Mars or Jupiter as you do here on Earth. Your weight is different on other planets due to gravity.

### Does mass change in Jupiter?

Mass stays the same regardless of location and gravity. You would have the same mass on Mars or Jupiter as you do here on Earth. Your weight is different on other planets due to gravity. However, your mass is the same everywhere!

What would my mass be on Jupiter?

Jupiter is a massive planet, the biggest in our solar system, and it has a stronger gravitational pull than Earth. This means, if you weigh 40 kg (88 lbs) on Earth you would weigh 94 kg (207 lbs) on Jupiter. But even though you may weigh more, your mass doesn’t change!

How much do we weigh on Jupiter?

Although Jupiter is a great deal larger in size, its surface gravity is just 2.4 times that of the surface gravity of Earth. This is because Jupiter is mostly made up of gases. If you weigh 100 pounds on Earth, you would weigh 240 pounds on Jupiter (assuming you could find someplace to, well, stand).

#### How much would I weigh if I was on Jupiter?

A: Jupiter is a massive planet, the biggest in our solar system, and it has a stronger gravitational pull than Earth. In fact, its gravity is about 2.4 times as strong as Earth’s. This means, if you weigh 40 kg (88 lbs) on Earth you would weigh 94 kg (207 lbs) on Jupiter.

How heavy Am I on Jupiter?

1.898 × 10^27 kg (317.8 M⊕)
Jupiter/Mass

Does higher mass mean higher weight?

As your body grows, you will have more mass, which also means you will weigh more. That’s because when you’re on the earth, the amount of gravity that pulls on you stays the same. So when your mass changes, so does your weight!

## What is the weight of 50kg mass?

W=mg where W is the weight of the body on a planet, m is the mass and g is the acceleration due to gravity of the planet. W=50×9.8=490N .

Can Jupiter get any bigger?

It is estimated that Jupiter’s rate of mass increase from impacts or accretion is up to 8,000 times that of the Earth’s. This slow but constant loss of mass from Jupiter’s atmosphere is actually greater than the gain in mass from collisions so, overall, Jupiter is shrinking not growing in mass.

What is the mass of Saturn?

5.683 × 10^26 kg (95.16 M⊕)
Saturn/Mass

### How much does Jupiter weigh compared to Earth?

For example, if you weigh 100 pounds on Earth, you would weigh only 38 pounds on Mercury. That’s because Mercury weighs less than Earth, and therefore its gravity would pull less on your body. If, on the other hand, you were on heavy Jupiter, you would weigh a whopping 253 pounds!

Is the mass of Mars the same as that of Jupiter?

Mass stays the same regardless of location and gravity. You would have the same mass on Mars or Jupiter as you do here on Earth. Your weight is different on other planets due to gravity.

How do scientists find out how much a planet weighs?

However, scientists do have ways to figure out how much a planet weighs. They can calculate how hard the planet pulls on other things. The heavier the planet, the stronger it tugs on nearby objects—like moons or visiting spacecraft. That tug is what we call gravitational pull. What does gravity have to do with weight?

#### How does the mass of an object affect its weight?

An object’s weight is dependent on its mass and how strongly gravity pulls on it. The strength of gravity depends on how far away one object is from another. That’s why the same object weighs different amounts on different planets.