Why do people weigh less on the moon?

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We weigh less on the moon because it is much smaller than the earth. Consequently, the force of gravity on the moon is only approximately one sixth as powerful as gravity on earth. Gravity is what keeps us on the earth's or moon's surface.
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Because there is no gravity to secure you to the earth your weight is lower.
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The reason that you would weigh less on the moon is that the moon's gravitational
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When we age, there's a vast range of changes occuring (although I myself haven't really experienced this yet, since I am a 26-year "old" youngster ; The most visible one
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Because while sleeping we are also burning some of the calories we've took. And in the morning when u wake up u have an empty stomach to start off. unless u over ate before bedtime
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