If an Earth-like planet was orbiting at the same distance from its double solar mass star as the Earth is from the Sun (1 astronomical unit, written 1 AU), then the force would be double that experienced by the Earth. The force at constant distance is just proportional to the product of stellar and planetary masses. We don't know of any reason why an Earth mass planet should not form at 1 AU from a star of 2X Solar mass, though we as yet have few observational measurements of such low mass extra-solar planets.
Because of the higher the gravitational, such a planet would be centripetally accelerated more strongly, and its constant orbital speed would have to be higher than the Earth's. Thus its year would be shorter, 1/(square root 2) of an Earth year or about 258 days.
The gravitational force between the Earth and sun certainly depends on the distance between the Earth and sun. But the gravitational force between, for example, the Earth and me does not.
Earth has gravity or gravitational force that attracts the moon to the Earth.
gravitational force is the attraction between two mass's so if you have amass of 75kg that will be the force of the attraction between you and the earth
earth is more massive than the moon
As you get further away from Earth, the gravitational forces between you and Earth decrease. But the gravitational forces between you and something else might increase, like between you and the moon, or between you and the sun.
The magnitude of the force would decrease greatly.
Your weight. Weight is the definition of the force between the earth and other objects. Thus you weight is the gravitational force acting on you from the earth.
Gravitational force depends on distance and mass. The distance between the sun is much greater than the distance between earth and the moon. Therefore, the gravitational pull between the Earth and the moon will effect the tides on Earth.
because the amount of gravitational force is directly proportional to the mass of the objects
If the distance between the Moon and the Earth would increase then the gravitational force between them would be stronger. If they would be separated then the gravitational force is weaker.
Its slowly weakening the gravitational force between them.
force of gravity is d gravitational force of earth but gravitational force is force of attraction for any heavenly body
gravitational force is the force exerted by earth whereas magnetic force is by magnet.
The sun is not the only gravitational force but it is the strongest, the earth has a gravitational force, the moon has a gravitational force etc. Any two objects have a gravitational force between them that is proportional to their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them.
it would be less than what it was before
gravitational force between 1kg lead and the earth is 9.77N, as long as the lead is reasonably near the earth's surface.
The gravitational force will become 4 times..
The Earth is kept in orbit around the Sun by the gravitational force between the Earth and Sun. The Moon is kept in orbit around the Earth by the gravitational force between the Moon and Earth. In each case, the gravitational force is all that's needed, which is lucky, because the gravitational force is all there is.
The mutual force of gravitational attraction between the sun and the earth.
At what height in kilometers above the surface of the Earth is there a 4% difference between the approximate gravitational force mg and the actual gravitational force on an object
Although there is a gravitational force between every two objects, the only gravitational force you ever notice is the one between you and the earth. When you sense that force and think about it, you refer to it by its scientific technical term, calling it your "weight".