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The Earth exerts the greatest gravitational force on you because it is the most massive object you are closest to. The Earth exerts a force equal to your weight. The other objects exert gravitational forces but are not very noticeable because they are either low in mass or separated from you by great distance.

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Astronomical objects such as the sun, the moon, and the Earth, would not be described by scientists as forces, although they do exert gravitational force. Of those three, the sun exerts by far the greatest amount of gravitational force. There are also larger astronomical objects, there are larger stars and also galaxies composed of billions of stars, which exert much larger amounts of gravitational force than the sun does, so the sun would hardly exert the strongest force in our universe. It does exert the greatest amount of force in our solar system.

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The Sun and Earth, the gravitational force is what makes our orbit in place

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