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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Gravity is what keeps us on the ground and not float into the atmosphere, it also keeps planets, stars and other objects in orbit. The Law of Universal Gravitation Isaac Newton compared the acceleration of the moon to the acceleration of objects on earth. Isaac Knew that the force of gravity would increase a object's speed when it dropped.Although, the mass of the object was dependent on the mass on earth.Newton'sthird law states"A object at rest will stay in rest and a object in motion will stay in motion." S.C.8.E.5.4 Standard 11 Weight and mass play a big role in gravity.Mass is how much material is in a object, weight is how much the object weight and gravity is what gives physical items and causes them to fall. For example, If you throw a basketball in the air then throw a bowling ball in the air which will fall faster, the bowling ball will fall faster because it has more mass wight and density thanthe basketball. Gravity keeps planets stars and objects in orbit. Force keeps the moon in orbit around the sun and keeps it from flyingoff into space. It keeps the planets alined, if there was no gravity we would be flying off in space til we hit another planetor object. For example if you attach a ball to a sting and swing it around your head it whirls in a circular path around youthe string is always pulling the ball directly towards the string, the object wants to move in a straight line but the string is pulling inward. Speed is needed for this because if u spin the object to fast you might not be able to control it and if youwhirl it to slow it won't go in a circular path. Newton's Law of Gravitation understanding Gravtiy What is Gravity ? The law of Universal Gravitation is based on gravity, mass, and weight. It also states that two astronaumil bodies can attract by gravity. A small planet has a mass of 0.7 cm and a big planet has a mass of 2.7 cm and which is going to be attracted more to the sun?
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