How much heav­ier is Jupiter than Earth?

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Our planet is the largest of the four rocky plan­ets with a mass of 6 x1024 kg. If you write out the num­ber, it is a six fol­lowed by 24 ze­ros.


With a mass of al­most 2 x 1027 kg, Jupiter is by far the largest planet in the So­lar sys­tem and far heav­ier than all the other plan­ets com­bined.

Jupiter is 318 x heav­ier Earth's mass: Ap­prox. 6 x 1024 kg

Jupiter's mass: Ap­prox. 2 x 1027 kg

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