What is the surface gravity of Neptune?

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The surface gravity of Neptune is 1.14 times the gravity on Earth. Since Neptune is considered a gas giant, you wouldn't be able to stand on the surface.
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Neptune has a surface gravity of 11.15 m/s² or 1.14 g. If you weighed 100lb on Earth, you would weigh 112.5lb on Neptune. The Gravity on Neptue is estimated to be about 1.19
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The Relative Surface Gravity of the planets are: 1. Sun- 27.551. 2. Mercury- 0.378. 3. Venus 0.907. 4. Mars 0.377. 5. Jupiter- 2.364. 6. Saturn- 1.06. 7. Uranus- 0.92. 8. Neptune
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It might be blue or green but no one really knows. made upof helium and hydrogen mainly,surface is mainly frozen methane.
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the great dark spot, and the second great dark spot and that is all that i know at this time.
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