When Is The Gravitational Force Greater Between Two Objects?

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FRANK FAZIO answered
When they are very close together since gravitational force is defined as , g.f.= k m1xm2/d^2 k=gravitational constant, m1 mass one, m2 mass two ,the product of the two masses, divided by the square of the distance between them.
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Anonymous answered
Are farther apart
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Susan Rothman answered
By moving, this would be rotational rather than orbital. The larger mass has the largest gravitational pull because it is a magnetic force from ionic charges; the more the ions, the greater the forces. Rotational motion would have a tendency to emphasize the phenomena to an apparent state. But not if the mass of one was not sufficient to create a gravitational pull in the first place.

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