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    i wondering if G force (gravitation) is different for moon.

    if moon<-->earth<-->sun the gravitation of moon is at lowest
    if earth<-->moon<-->sun the gravitation of moon is at highest

    enlight me if any source for this information.

    wondering if structure of material of planet and heat accumulated in it will make the difference of the gravitational force. the more it store the heat the more it have bigger gravitational force.


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    anyone has source for me? anykind of information?


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    well i found it like that cause when earth at the farthest to sun and moon at the nearest to earth the gravitational power is at the most stable power direct from earth to moon and in versa of it. the proof is the egg could be standing directly without any helper in concrete wall facing to moon. at month july or june if i not wrong.
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    Hi,

    I am not sure that I understand your question very much. However, I think that there would be no difference in the gravitational pull of the three planets as long as the position of the three remain at the same place. In case the position changes, for instance, the moon is now orbitting the sun, then there would definitely be a gravitational change. Classically, The gravitational pull is determined distinctively on the distances and masses of the objects. Relativistically, the force is dependent on the degree of spacetime distortion which is created by the presence of a mass.
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    The G Force relates to earth, not the moon or other planets.

    Its value remains the same everywhere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chronman
    The G Force relates to earth, not the moon or other planets.

    Its value remains the same everywhere.
    well in special day in chinese, we could standing up an egg without any helping things just like a magic probably because of the moon is at the nearest to the earth.
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