What Is the Volume of Mars?

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Mars has about 15% of the volume of Earth and around 11% of the mass. Physically, it's about half of the diameter of Earth, and about two times the diameter of the Moon. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mars#Physical_characteristics
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Mars has only about 15% of the volume of Earth, however that comes in at 160,000,000,000 cubic kilometers! I wish I had a dollar for each kilometer!
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1.643 x 10. 11. km. 3. About 0.151 Earths.
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The volume of Mars is 1.6 x 10^11 km^3. That sounds pretty large but it's actually
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15 Volumes. There was the second version of MAR called MAR Omega but I didn't read it, it seemed boring. You can check MAR Omega on Onemanga.com or Mangafox.com
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