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Jupiter's mass. Illustration of the planets of the Solar System on a weighing scale, with Jupiter outweighing all the other planets put together. Jupiter's mass is 2.46 times that of the Solar System's other planets combined. Even the next most massive planet, Saturn, has only one-third of Jupiter's mass.
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