On the earth, mass of an object is measured using a balance based on the Hookes Law where the compression of an active element in the balance is directly related to the gravitational force acting on the object. However, recalibration of the balance is required when the gravitational value at the measurement position changes. In the space, where the gravity is approaching null, the balance becomes useless as no compression is detectable by the active element. A few methods have been proposed for mass measurement in the space where gravity is negligibly small. Therefore, we designed a simple space mass balance which is not only useful in the space, but it can use at any gravitational values.