What is the total mass of the Earth's crust?

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There are a few ways to estimate the mass, so I wanted to provide a few estimates that are between 2.37 * 10^19 tonnes and 2.8 * 10^19 tonnes. Sources and math: 2.37 × 10^22 kg ; or 2.37 * 10^19 tonnes.[3] 2.6 * 10^22 kilograms or 2.6 * 10^19
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Too much.
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The mass of the Earth is estimated to be 6 sextillion, 588 quintillion short
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venus' diameter is 12103km, adding 50, we get 12153, giving a circumference of 38179km^2. no we dont care about the planet's area. so 38179 - 38022 = 157km^2 = 157000m^2. 21 * 157000
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