Gravity is a force that is produced by mass. Most of the mass of the solar system is in the sun; it is tremendously larger than any planet, or than all the planets put together. Therefore, it is has the most powerful gravitational field.
gravity . . . .
The various bodies in our Solar System are loosely connected by the force of gravity, with the Sun at its center.
Gravity causes objects, like planets, to orbit the Sun.
In the Solar System, that would be on Jupiter, on Neptune, or on the Sun. Outside the Solar System there are many other bodies with a greater surface gravity.
because the sun's gravity pulls bodies of rock toward it
The Sun. And nothing else for that matter.
Because the sun has more mass than anything else in our solar system. Gravity is a function of mass.
The force of attraction between heavenly bodies is called gravity. Usually, the solar system has the planets all kept in orbit by the gravity of the sun.
If there were no gravity, the solar system would not exist.
The movement of the bodies in the solar system are called Orbits.
Gravity, as it is the force which attracts the matter together.
If the solar system did not have gravity then it would have never formed.