Gravity is not a strong force to begin with and its effect becomes weaker the further an object moves away from another object.
The brick's weight will stay the same however the masswill differ in space. It depends on the amount of gravitational pressure the brick is placed under. The gravity on earth is approximately 10m/s2 and every planet has a different gravity. The mass of the brick will depend on the gravitational pull of the planet. So, to answer your question, the brick would weigh less because it was put under less gravitational pressure from a planet.
The answer is that the two characteristics that affect gravity are mass and newtons. There is less gravity on the moon than on the earth. A space suit weighs 180 pounds on earth but on the moon it weighed way less than it was when it was on earth.
Less - an object on the Moon weighs about 1/6 of what it weighs on Earth.
Astronauts in space experience less gravitational force than they do on earth because the gravitation force in space is not the same as the one on earth.
There is less gravity than on earth.
The planet Venus weighs just slightly less than the Earth. Other than that I do not know of any object that weighs the same as the Earth, although such objects may exist beyond our solar system.
About 160 pounds.(Less than that if the 27 pounds on the moon included his space suit.)
There is less dust in space than earth.
Mass doesn't depend on gravity whereas weight does. And moon has gravity less than earth so a body weighs less on moon as compared to its weight on earth. But mass remains same.
Earth has gravity so less fuel is needed to move a rocket in space(assume that you mean escape from earth's gravitational field by"from earth")
On the Moon one weighs one-sixth the weight on Earth.
you wight less because of the gravity in space
On earth, a kilogram of mass weighs a little over 35 ounces. There are places, though, where it weighs less than one ounce.
Yes, on the Moon everything weighs 1/6th the weight on Earth.
No. An object weighs less on the moon than on Earth. This is because the gravity on the moon is much less than that of Earth, so there is less of a force pulling down on an object.
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They sleep up to .5 to 2.5 hours less then they do on Earth then in space
An object that weighs 10N on the surface of earth would weigh1.63N on the surface of the moon. That's less.
A man that weighs 60 kg on Earth would weigh less on the moon. He would weigh 9.9 kg on the moon.
the spin and shape of the Earth
The acceleration of gravity on or near the surface of the moon, and therefore the weight of objects located there, is about 83.5 percent less than on Earth. An object on the surface of the moon weighs about 1/6 of what it weighs on Earth.
The same 1 kg weighs about 1.6 newtons on the moon.
To launch a space shuttle (or anything) you have to overcome gravity. The gravitational attraction of the moon is tremendously less than that of the Earth. The moon is much smaller than the Earth.