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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Because Neptune is such a large planet it's gravity is only 1.19 times that of the gravity on earth. If a 100 pound person was on Neptune he would weigh 119 pounds.
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Neptune is a gas giant. There is no solid or liquid boundary until you are clearly far inside the planet. Designating an outer surface to Neptune is like designating a surface to
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The acceleration due to gravity on the surface of Earth is about 9.8m/s. 2. That's the same for all objects and doesn't depend on the mass of the object. However, the. force. on an
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