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Earth mass is the unit of mass equal to that of Earth. This value includes the atmosphere but excludes the moon. The current best estimate for Earth mass is M ⊕ ...

Earth's Mass - Universe Today

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The Earth's mass is 5.9736 x 1024 kg. That's a big number, so let's write it out in full: 5973600000000000000000000 kg. You could also say the Eart.

How do scientists measure or calculate the weight of a planet ...

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We start by determining the mass of the Earth. Issac Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation tells us that the force of attraction between two objects is proportional  ...

How much does planet Earth weigh? | HowStuffWorks

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It would be more proper to ask, "What is the mass of planet Earth?"<sup>1</sup> The quick answer to that is approximately 6,000,000, 000,000,000,000,000,000 (6 x 10<sup>24</sup>) ...

Mass of the Earth - Hypertextbook

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The mass of the Earth may be determined using Newton's law of gravitation. It is given as the force (F), which is equal to the Gravitational constant multiplied by ...

Mass of All the People on Earth - Hypertextbook

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70 kg. Sexual dimorphism. Wikipedia. "… the body masses of both male and female humans are approximately normally distributed. In the United States, the ...

Earth's Mass - EnchantedLearning.com

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How is the mass of the Earth determined? Newton, Henry Cavendish, Galileo, and Eratosthenes contributed to this calculation.

GRAVITATION-NEWTON'S LAW OF GRAVITATION-MASS OF EARTH

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Every object in our universe attracts the other object with certain fore towards its center. This force of attraction is known as GRAVITATIONAL FORCE and the ...

How is mass of earth calculated? - Quora

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A2A Weight is the force with which it is pulled towards the Earth. So, technically what you're asking for doesn't make sense. When we say that I'm 80 kgf in ...

Is the Earth Gaining Or Losing Mass? - Slashdot

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Feb 2, 2012 ... Another factor increasing the earth's mass is global warming which adds about 160 tonnes a year because as the temperature of the Earth ...

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Earth Loses 50,000 Tonnes of Mass Every Year - SciTech Daily

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Feb 5, 2012 ... According to some calculations, the Earth is losing 50,000 tonnes of mass every single year, even though an extra 40,000 tonnes of space dust ...

How do we know the mass of the Earth and the Moon? (Advanced ...

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Jul 18, 2015 ... Hello, I am a Biologist teaching Earth Science, I have only had 2 Astronomy courses in college. Anyways a student asked me," How do we ...

Earth Fact Sheet - NASA

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May 19, 2016 ... Mass (10<sup>24</sup> kg) 5.9723 Volume (10<sup>10</sup> km<sup>3</sup>) 108.321 Equatorial radius (km) 6378.137 Polar radius (km) 6356.752 Volumetric mean radius (km) ...