My Gravity Research

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My Gravity Research

  1. 1. Gravity and Gravitational Pull By: Elise Pickett
  2. 2. Gravity Gravity is the force that pulls you down. It keeps you here on the ground instead of floating away in space. For example, because of Gravity, you can walk and jump. If there was no Gravity, when you tried to walk, you would just keep floating and floating because of something called Inertia, but that is a totally different subject. Another example of Gravity helping us out is when you jump on a trampoline. When you jump, you don't just keep going up, do you? I don't.
  3. 3. Gravitational Pull Well, I think you have a pretty good concept of what Gravity is, so let's move on to Gravitational Pull. To start, Gravitational Pull is when two objects are attracted to each other by force. For instance, all of the planets in our solar system circle around the sun because of Gravitational Pull. They do this because of the Sun. You see, the Sun is so big, it has nine whole planets circling it all of the time! I bet that you are wondering why YOU don't have nine planets circling around YOU. Well, the rule for this subject is that the bigger you are, the more things are attracted to you. (By the way, you'd have to be REALLY, REALLY big to have anything attracted to you, because it does not work on humans.)
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