Due to the effects of gravity, your weight would be different on the other planets in the solar system. Why does it differ? no matter which planet you flew, your mass will be the same but your weight differs mainly due to the gravity of the planet.The gravity will change as the mass of the planet changes, thus changing your weight too.
Using Newton’s law of universal gravitation we can figure out how much you’d weigh on each planet in our solar system including sun, moon, and Pluto which are not planets.
With the help of NASA’s planetary fact sheet ratio to earth values report, we can make a simple calculation.Every planet has Gravity value, simply by multiplying your weight with each planet gravity values give the value of how much you weigh on the planet.
A normal man who weighs 75kg in Earth will weigh,
Mercury – 0.378 * 75 = 28.35 kg
Venus – 0.907 * 75 = 68.025 kg
Moon – 0.166 * 75 = 12.45 kg
Mars – 0.377 * 75 = 28.275 kg
Jupiter – 2.36 * 75 = 177 kg
Saturn – 0.916 * 75 = 68.7 kg
Uranus – 0.889 * 75 = 66.675 kg
Neptune – 1.12 * 75 = 84 kg
Pluto – 0.059 * 75 = 4.425 kg
To calculate your weight on other planet, click here – Solar system weighing Calculator