How is mass measured in outer space?

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Mass is a quantification of an object's resistance to increase in velocity. It is measured in outer space using spring, standard mass and accelerometer. Acceleration of standard mass is standardized to gauge mass.
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using spring, standard mass and accelerometer . acceleration of standard mass is calibrated to measure mass. Vijay Anand.
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The SI unit, or metric unit, that mass is measured in, are kilograms. Mass can be measured by a balance and is mainly used to measure objects. Just thought I'd throw that in there.
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