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Question: How much does the Earth weigh ?
Asked by megan01 to Kate, Mark U, Tess, Yue on 1 May 2012.
answered on 1 May 2012:
Technically the earth does not ‘weigh’ anything, as weight depends on gravity – Weight = Mass x Gravity. Its mass however, is around 5.9722 × 10^24 kg
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