What is the force of gravity on Mars?

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The gravity on Mars is much lower than on Earth; 62% lower than earth. This is because Mars is much smaller than the earth. If you weigh 100 kilograms on Earth, on Mars you would weigh 38 kilograms.
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0.376 times Earth's surface gravity, around 3.687 newtons per kilogram. Because Mars is so much smaller and less dense than Earth, the force due to gravity at the Martian surface
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The gravity on Mars is 38% the gravity on Earth. In other words, if you weigh
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Definition of Gravity. Gravity isn't a force; it's the bending of space and time. Picture space and time like a big blanket. If you stretch the blanket out and hold it above the ground
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0.376 g (thats measured as 1 g = the gravity on earth) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mars
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The force of gravity is determined by the mass of an object and the mass of a planet. The surface gravitational force of Mars is 3. 5 N/kg.
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