How much heavier is Jupiter than Earth?
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