Gravitational Field Strength?

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The gravitational strength on the moon is 1.61 Newtons per kilogram. This is the force by which the moon attracts one kilogram of mass. This is far less than the gravity of the earth which has an approximate value of 9.81 m/s.
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According to my physics teacher, it's 1.61 Newtons per kilogram. Hope this helps!!
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Gravity on the moon is roughly 17% that of the gravity on Earth! Gravitational constant = 1.56m/s^2.
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Use Newton's Law of Gravitation to determine g on the moon GMm/R^2 = m*g so g = GM/R^2 = 6.67x10^-11N-m^2/kg^2*7.4x10^22kg/(1.74x… = 1.63m/s^2
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Small, dark and fast-moving, the two Martian moons went unnoticed
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