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Velocity and gravity (movement around the Earth and the gravity of the Earth pulling on it).
The velocity of a any object to surpass the gravity of earth commonly known as escape velocity is 11.2Km/s.
The Sun's gravity keeps the Earth (and all the planets) in orbit around it. Yes, but obviously there's more to it or the planet would go into the Sun. It is the Earth's orbital velocity ( technically known as its tangential velocity) which, together with the force of gravity, keeps the Earth in orbit.
I think the planet earth has more gravity
Because we are being carried round with it, and the angular velocity is not sufficient to overcome gravity.
Because of gravity.
GRAVITY!A2. Centripetal force. The velocity of the satellite around the earth causes centripetal, force which balances with the gravity, holding it in a circular orbit around the earth.
All closed orbits are the result of mutual gravitational forcesbetween the central body and the satellite.In other words: Gravity .The Moon orbits Earth rather than falling into it, of course. That's because theMoon has a velocity (roughly "sideways" to the gravitational force). The Moon'svelocity, combined with gravity, results in the orbital path of the Moon.
the earth moves around because of the suns gravity. Its not rocket science.
because the weight of the moon is balanced by the centrifugal force of gravity as the moon is in orbit traveling around the earth at high velocity
That's the mutual force of gravitation (gravity) between the Earth and the Moon. This, combined with the Moon's velocity (its inertia), results in the orbital path that the Moon follows.
Because of gravity