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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11.15 m/s2.
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Neptune is classified as one of our solar system's "gas giant" planets, meaning it does not have a solid surface and is largely a collection of swirling clouds and gas.
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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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That's hard to say. Not much information is available about Eris. It is known that it is a dwarf planet in the inner ring of the Kuiper Belt. But probes have no yet reached Eris,
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