**Mass **is defined as how much matter an object contains.

Here are some examples of mass in everyday life:

- #1 Mass of a book (Approx: 0.5 kg to 3 kg)

- #2 Mass of a coffee cup (Approx: 0.2 kg to 0.4 kg)

- #3 Mass of a mobile phone (Approx: 0.1 kg to 0.2 kg)

- #4 Mass of a tennis ball (Approx: 0.057 kg to 0.058 kg)

- #5 Mass of a flower petal (Approx: 0.04 kg to 0.08 kg)

- #6 Mass of a pencil (Approx: 0.005 kg to 0.008 kg)

- #7 Mass of a laptop (Approx: 1.5 kg to 2.5 kg)

- #8 Mass of a golf ball (Approx: 0.044 kg to 0.045 kg)

- #9 Mass of a cricket ball (Approx: 0.155 kg to 0.16 kg)

- #10 Mass of a spoon (Approx: 0.025 kg to 0.03 kg)

- #11 Mass of a soccer ball (Approx: 0.4 kg to 0.45 kg)

- #12 Mass of a dslr camera (Approx: 1.5 kg to 2.5 kg)

- #13 Mass of a wrist watch (Approx: 0.0005 kg to 0.0006 kg)

- #14 Mass of a volleyball (Approx: 0.26 kg to 0.28 kg)

- #15 Mass of a tv remote (Approx: 0.07 kg to 0.14 kg)

## Mass of planets in the solar system

- #1 Mass of sun: 1.9891 × 10
^{30}kg

- #2 Mass of mercury: 3.285 × 10
^{23}kg

- #3 Mass of venus: 4.867 × 10
^{24}kg

- #4 Mass of earth: 5.972 × 10
^{24}kg

- #5 Mass of luna (moon of earth): 7.342 × 10
^{22}kg

- #6 Mass of mars: 6.39 × 10
^{23}kg

- #7 Mass of deimos (moon of mars): 1.4762 × 10
^{15}kg

- #8 Mass of phobos (moon of mars): 10.6 × 10
^{15}kg

- #9 Mass of jupiter: 1.898 × 10
^{27}kg

- #10 Mass of ganymede (moon of jupiter): 1.4819 × 10
^{23}kg

- #11 Mass of io (moon of jupiter): 8.94 × 10
^{22}kg

- #12 Mass of europa (moon of jupiter): 4.80 × 10
^{22}kg

- #13 Mass of callisto (moon of jupiter): 1.076 × 10
^{23}kg

- #14 Mass of saturn: 5.683 × 10
^{26}kg

- #15 Mass of titan (moon of saturn): 1.345 × 10
^{23}kg

- #16 Mass of rhea (moon of saturn): 2.306 × 10
^{21}kg

- #17 Mass of iapetus (moon of saturn): 1.806 × 10
^{21}kg

- #18 Mass of dione (moon of saturn): 1.095 × 10
^{21}kg

- #19 Mass of tethys (moon of saturn): 6.174 × 10
^{20}kg

- #20 Mass of uranus: 8.681 × 10
^{25}kg

- #21 Mass of oberon (moon of uranus): 3.076 × 10
^{21}kg

- #22 Mass of titania (moon of uranus): 3.4 × 10
^{21}kg

- #23 Mass of umbriel (moon of uranus): 1.275 × 10
^{21}kg

- #24 Mass of ariel (moon of uranus): 1.27 × 10
^{21}kg

- #25 Mass of miranda (moon of uranus): 6.4 × 10
^{19}kg

- #26 Mass of puck (moon of uranus): 2.9 × 10
^{18}kg

- #27 Mass of neptune: 1.024 × 10
^{26}kg

- #28 Mass of triton (moon of neptune): 2.139 × 10
^{22}kg

- #29 Mass of proteus (moon of neptune): 4.4 × 10
^{19}kg

- #30 Mass of nereid (moon of neptune): 3.1 × 10
^{19}kg

- #31 Mass of larissa (moon of neptune): 4.2 × 10
^{18}kg

- #32 Mass of galatea (moon of neptune): 2.12 × 10
^{18}kg

- #33 Mass of despina (moon of neptune): 2.2 × 10
^{18}kg

- #34 Mass of pluto (dwarf planet): 1.309 × 10
^{22}kg

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