What Planet Has the Greatest Gravitational Pull?

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Jupiter is the planet that has the greatest gravitational pull because of its size. Even though it is made up of gas, it still has the strongest pull of severity. Though earth has the greatest pull of gravity, it has the highest density, but having a small circumference, makes the gravity weaker compared to Jupiter.
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