Your weight is a measure of the amount of gravity exerted on your body by the planet Earth. On planet Earth, gravity has a value of 9.81 N/Kg (Newtons per kilogram). Because the Moon has about one-sixth of the gravity that Earth does, you would weigh less standing on it. On the Moon, gravity has a value of 1.622 N/Kg.

We can hence use the following formula to calculate your weight on the Moon:

For this challenge, we will write a short Python program, based on the **Input / Process / Output model**. Our program will:

**INPUT:**

Ask the user to input their weight in kg and store this value in a variable called*weightOnEarth*.**PROCESS:**

Apply the formula to calculate the equivalent lunar weight and store it in a variable called*weightOnMoon*.**OUTPUT:**

Display the weight on the Moon on screen.

#### Python Code

#### Your Task:

Complete the above code to calculate and output the weight of the end-user on all of the following planets:

Planet / Celestial Body | Gravity (in N/Kg) |

Moon | 1.622 |

Mercury | 3.7 |

Venus | 8.87 |

Mars | 3.711 |

Jupiter | 24.79 |

Saturn | 10.44 |

Uranus | 8.69 |

Neptune | 11.15 |