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Interesting Facts About Gravity

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The apple of Newton’s eye and the focus of Einstein’s work, gravity is weaker than you probably think and weirder than you probably imagined.

Gravity represents the attraction between objects. All objects with mass are affected by gravity. Gravity acts like a magnet — pulling objects together. What causes gravity is not really known.

The Earth has gravity. Gravity holds everything close to this planet. Trees, water, animals, buildings, and the air we breathe are all held here by gravity. All of the planets, their moons, and the stars in the universe have gravity. Even our own bodies have gravity. The Earth’s gravity is far stronger than our own so we don’t notice the gravity our bodies possess.
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