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Sky Weigh

Sky Weigh

How could the sky weigh less?

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5 guesses to Sky Weigh


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  • Togram

    Have a little light rain or snow.

  • Liz O'Brien

    The sky cannot be weighed.

  • Micheal

    This means the sky weighs 14.7 lbs per square inch of earth surface which is roughly 11 billion billion pounds. So, you can say that sky weighs one millionth of the mass of the Earth. True facts dudes now that’s a right answer right there!!!!!!!

  • d4dasher123

    by getting a little lighter (sun rising)