Is there gravitational force in vacuum?
Gravitational force is one of the fundamental forces of the universe. It is considered a weak force because other forces can often overcome gravitational force. It is also a non-contact force because it acts on objects that do not touch each other, such as the sun and a planet.
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Yes, there is gravitational force in a vacuum. Gravitational force does not depend on air. It is produced by the mass two objects and modified by the...
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