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Yes, because weight it determined by gravity. Its mass however, does not.

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No, an objects mass will remain the same no matter where it is. (Its weight will however vary)

Of course the objects mass will not change. Since there is no gravity in space(moon), only the objects weight will change.No matter where the object the mass will stay the same!

the weigh less because there is no gravity in outer space.

No one knows. Nobody's been to deep space. But my guess is no.

In space your weight changes by 5%.

An astronaut's mass does not change in space. Mass is the same in any location. An astronaut's weight, however, does change in space. Weight is really a force that is the product of gravity and mass In space an astronaut can even be weightless.

None really. If sent to the International Space Station, objects would have no weight but concave ones would have some capacity. Those same objects, back on the surface of the earth would have some weight but the same capacity as before. In stronger gravitational fields, the weight would continue to increase but there would be no change in the capacity.

It is weight changes depending on gravity. Weight can change. The pull of gravity determines an objects weight.

The mass of an astronaut does not change when she is visiting the International Space Station. Mass is a property that does not change, but the weight of a person does change in space.

Yes, the force of gravity is less in space, so your weight is less too.

To start off, there is indeed gravity in space. Objects in orbit only seem weightless because they are already in freefall. Gravity is the main forces that affects objects in space and can be used to change a trajectory. You can also change your speed and direction in space by firing rockets.

Balance is mostly comparing the two objects weight so that relates to matter because matter is anything that takes up space and has weight. Balance takes up space and it mostly has weight.

Weight is gravitational force on an objects Mass. Mass don't change when gravity changes but the weight does.

the weight reduces due to change in gravity but mass remains constant

Yes, the weight of an object decreases as it gets farther from the earth (but it's mass remains the same). The weight of a space shuttle in its usual orbit is about 85% of what it is on the ground (it only seems weightless because it's in orbit).

Yes it does! Because of the gravity on earth we get pulled down, but in space there ain't anything like this, so we all weight 0kg

when energy is transeferd through and from objects. This process could change variables in an objects such as; temperature, speed, weight, duration, ect., dpending on what the objects are.

What is formed when objects in space collide?

Weight is due to gravitational forces between two objects. A single object inspace without another one reasonably nearby, or even in gravitational free-falltoward another object, is weightless. So you can not weigh an object in space.Determining the mass of objects in space is another matter.

Objects in space experience extreme temperatures in space becuase space is a vacuum.

Objects in Space was created on 2002-12-13.

Mass is how much "space" an object takes up. Weight on the other hand, refers to the gravitational force between two objects.

There is no change to an objects status as matter in space. Matter continues to exist in the absence of air and weight. If this were not the case all matter in space (suns, planets, etc.) would all vanish. Mass and weight are two different things. Mass is a measure of how much matter an object has, and that does not change when you change or eliminate gravity. Weight, on the other hand, is the force that an object creates due to its mass and the influence of gravity. If it takes a certain amount of force to accelerate an object, it will still take that certain amount of force to accelerate it the same way from the same reference point, no matter what the gravity.

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