Answer to Question #36934 in Astronomy | Astrophysics for raashee
g=G*M/R^2 ( G- gravitation constant, M- mass of the planet, R- radius of the planet)
so, new "g" will be 2 times LARGE then original one
if the original g=9.81m/c^2,
the new one g1=19.62m/c^2
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