The more Mass a Planet has the more Gravity it will have.
The mass of the planet, and the distance from the center of gravity. Gravitational pull is a relation between the mass of two bodies and their distance apart.
Mass is a measurement of matter in an object and gravity is a force that attracts objects and is constantly acting. If an object has mass, it will be affected by gravity if the force of gravity is present. If an object does not have mass, then gravity can't affect it.
No. The strength of surface gravity on a planet depends on its size and mass.
The larger the planet mass, the bigger force of gravity it has.
not particularly, essentially the effect of gravity depends on its mass and your distance from it
Every planet has gravity because every planet has mass.
Gravity comes with mass so since a planet has mass there is some gravity. the bigger the planet the more mass it has. smaller planets have less gravity. so either way there is always some gravity on a planet.
The strength of gravity between 2 bodies depends on your mass and the planet's mass, and the distance between the center of your mass and the center of the planet's mass.
Where there is mass there is gravity.
No that is impossible. Gravity is related to mass, so while a planet still has mass it still has gravity.
The force of gravity of a planet is a product of its mass.
-- The force of gravity between any two objects depends on the product (multiplied) of their masses and the distance between their centers. -- So your weight (the force of gravity between you and the planet) depends on your mass, the planet's mass, and the distance between your center and the planet's center. -- If you take your mass to a planet with a different mass, and a surface that's a different distance from its center, then the gravitational force between you and it is bound to be different from what the force was on some other planet.
more mass = more gravity
Gravity is directly proportional to mass.
The greater the mass of a planet, the greater will be its gravity. Weight is the measure of mass of an object under the force of gravity.
No. The gravity on a planet depends on its size and mass.
the heavier the planet the more gravity it needs
It is a relation of the force between two objects with mass at a distance from each other.
No. A planet's gravity is the result of its mass. Gravity is what allows a planet to hold onto an atmosphere.
The strength of gravity of an object is directly proportional to its mass. A larger planet will generally have a greater mass.
Gravity is an attractive force that occurs between all objects with mass. The gravity of any planet will pull objects in.
Your weight is the force of gravity between you and the planet you're standing on. It depends on the mass in you, the mass in the planet, and the distance between you and the center of the planet. If you change any of those things, the weight will change.
No. The strength of gravity on a planet depends on its size and mass.
The weight of an object on the surface of a planet depends on ...-- The mass of the object.-- The mass of the planet.-- The distance between the center of the object and the centerof the planet, i.e. the planet's radius.
Gravity depends largely on mass, the bigger the planet the greater the gravity should be
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