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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surface_gravity

The surface gravity, g, of an astronomical or other object is the gravitational acceleration ... Therefore, the surface gravity of a planet or star with a given mass will be approximately inversely proportional to the square .... For the Schwarzschild case, this value is mathematically well behaved for all non-zero values of r and M.

www.schoolphysics.co.uk/age14-16/Astronomy/text/Planetary_gravity/index.html

Gravitational attraction and the planets. If you were to make a journey across our Solar System and land on different planets you would notice that you weighed ...

planetfacts.org/gravitational-pull-of-the-planets

This attraction is proportional to the objects' masses. Since the mass of each planet is different, the gravitational pull on an object will be different on each planet ...

phys.org/news/2016-01-strong-gravity-planets.html

Jan 1, 2016 ... Basically, gravity is dependent on mass, where all things – from stars, planets, and galaxies to light and sub-atomic particles – are attracted to ...

nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/planetary/factsheet/planet_table_ratio.html

Dec 9, 2016 ... Planetary Fact Sheet - Ratio to Earth Values ... 0.125, 0.230, 0.297, 0.380. Gravity , 0.378, 0.907, 1, 0.166, 0.377, 2.36, 0.916, 0.889, 1.12, 0.071.

www.universetoday.com/35565/gravity-on-other-planets

Dec 30, 2015 ... Basically, gravity is dependent on mass, where all things – from stars, planets, and galaxies to light and sub-atomic particles – are attracted to ...

spaceplace.nasa.gov/review/dr-marc-solar-system/planet-orbits.html

First of all, saying the planets go around the Sun is just another way of ... gravitational pull than lighter ones, so as the heavyweight in our solar system, the Sun ...

sciencing.com/gravitational-factors-eight-planets-8439815.html

According to Newton's law of universal gravitation, all objects exert a pull on other objects. Whether it is an individual standing on the surface or another planet ...

www.smartconversion.com/otherInfo/gravity_of_planets_and_the_sun.aspx

The surface gravity, g, of an astronomical or other object is the gravitational acceleration experienced at its surface. The surface gravity may be thought of as the ...

www.exploratorium.edu/ronh/weight

How? All you have to do is stand on a scale! Scales ... If the planet you are standing on is twice as massive, gravity also pulls on you twice as hard. On the other ...