How big is Neptune compared to Earth?


Neptune is considered the fourth biggest planet in diameter in our Solar System. Neptune is smaller than Uranus in diameter, but larger in mass. The mass of Neptune is 1.0247e26 kilograms. Compared to Earth, Neptune is 3.9 times bigger.
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Neptune is 34 times bigger than earth.
Neptune is nearly four times larger than Earth, according to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Neptune's diameter is 30,775 miles across the equator, while
Neptune is 3.9 times bigger than Earth. The mass of Neptune is 1.02 x 1026 kg.
It is only slightly smaller. There are many studies focussed on how Triton became gravitationally bound to Neptune.
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