# Do astronauts have greater mass on Earth or on the moon?

Table of Contents

- 1 Do astronauts have greater mass on Earth or on the moon?
- 2 Is a Humans mass the same on Earth and moon?
- 3 What is the mass of astronaut on Earth?
- 4 What would be the weight of an object on the Earth if it weighs 30n on the moon?
- 5 Where would your weight be greater on the Earth or on the Moon?
- 6 What would be the approximate weight of a man on Moon?
- 7 Where is the object that has a mass of 30kg?

## Do astronauts have greater mass on Earth or on the moon?

The Earth is much more massive than the moon, so the astronaut’s weight would be greater on the Earth than on the moon.

**Which has the greater mass an object weighs 30n on Earth a second object weighs 30n on the moon?**

second rock

The acceleration due to gravity at the surface of Earth is g=9.81m/s2 g = 9.81 m / s 2 and at the surface of the moon is g=1.62m/s2 g = 1.62 m / s 2 . Therefore, the second rock has a greater mass.

### Is a Humans mass the same on Earth and moon?

The force gravity exerts on a person determines the person’s weight. Even though your mass would be the same on Earth and the moon, if you weigh 132 pounds (60 kilograms) on Earth, you would weigh about 22 pounds (10 kilograms) on the moon.

**Would your mass be greater on the moon?**

The gravitational force determines how much a scale shows you weigh. The moon’s gravitational force is approximately one-sixth that of the Earth’s, so your weight on the moon would be roughly one-sixth of what you weigh on the earth, according to NASA’s “Computing Human Weight on the Moon” article.

## What is the mass of astronaut on Earth?

72 kg

The mass of an astronaut is 72 kg.

**Is weight greater than mass?**

Usually, the relationship between mass and weight on Earth is highly proportional; objects that are a hundred times more massive than a one-liter bottle of soda almost always weigh a hundred times more—approximately 1,000 newtons, which is the weight one would expect on Earth from an object with a mass slightly greater …

### What would be the weight of an object on the Earth if it weighs 30n on the moon?

The gravity on earth is 9.8m/s^2 whereas the gravity on moon is 1.62m/s^2. Originally Answered: What is the weighed 30 N on the Moon when it is brought to the Earth? F = ma → m = F/a = 30 N / 1.624 m/s2 = 18.47 kg.

**What is the mass of a man on the Moon?**

The moon has a smaller gravitational field strength. On the Moon, g = 1.6 N/kg. In other words, a 1 kg mass has a weight on the Moon of 1.6 N….Summary.

Mass | Weight |
---|---|

Measured in kilogrammes kg | Measured in newtons N |

A measure of the amount of matter | The force of gravity acting on the object |

## Where would your weight be greater on the Earth or on the Moon?

Since the Moon is smaller than Earth, it has a weaker gravitational pull. In fact, the Moon only has 1/6 the gravity that Earth does. This means you weigh six times less on the Moon than you do on Earth!

**Where would your weight be greater on the Earth or on the moon?**

### What would be the approximate weight of a man on Moon?

A man weighs 600 N on earth. What would be his approximate weight on moon? Now, since mass is a constant quantity so, it will remain 60 kg on the moon also. Was this answer helpful?

**What is the mass and force of gravity on the Moon?**

The mass on the moon is exactly the same, 30 kg, but the force of gravity is about 1/6, around 49 N vs 294 N on earth. Force of gravity is usually approximate as it varies place to place. On earth, it varies with latitude, from equator to pole and with altitude above sea level.

## Where is the object that has a mass of 30kg?

Ah, you told us the object is on Earth, but you gave us its mass, so we didn’t really care about where it happens to be located. It also masses 30kg on the moon, on Mars, on Venus, on Jupiter, if you can keep it cool enough to prevent it vaporizing, 30 kg on the surface of the Sun, or for that matter, just above the Event Horizon of a black hole.

**What is the escape velocity From the Earth to the Moon?**

Ratio of the radius of the earth to that of the moon is 10. Ratio of g on the earth to the moon is 6. Then ratio of the escape velocity from the earth’s surface to that from the moon is approximately. Gravitational force on the surface of the moon is only 6 1 as strong as gravitational force on the earth.