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What is happening in the picture?
A measure of how much matter an object has is--
On which celestial object (outer space) would your mass be the greatest?
Your mass doesn't change on different celestial objects
Why do all of the planets orbit the sun rather than Earth?
the sun has more mass
the sun is a star
the Earth is heavier
the sun is in the middle of the milky way
The gravitational force between Earth and the Sun causes ______.
Earth to orbit the Moon
Earth to orbit the Sun
the Moon to orbit Earth
Differences in the moon's and sun's pull on different sides of the Earth cause _________.
Gravity is a ______________ between objects and depends on mass and distance.
What do the red arrows symbolize?
The direction in which you would fall off of Earth.
The pull of Earth's gravity on objects to the center of the Earth.
The pull of the Moon's gravity on objects to the center of the Earth.
Where different continents are.