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Gravitational Forces Between Objects
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- Gravity is an attractive force between ANY two objects.
- The force of gravity depends on the mass of the objects and their distance apart.
- This lesson will also explore the difference between mass and weight.
Why does a feather fall slower than a rubber ball? How could you make them hit the ground at the same time?
Why are we pulled to the center of the Earth and not into the much larger sun?
What happens to the strength of the gravitational force between two objects if they get CLOSER? What if one object gets SMALLER?
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