Gravity in space is the force between two massive objects. By massive objects, I mean to say that the objects themselves have mass. The force of gravity from one object to another varies. Basically, the object with the larger mass has more gravity than the object with the smaller mass. The larger mass will pull the smaller mass into it, putting it in orbit around the larger mass. The distance between the two objects matters as well. If the smaller object is far enough away, the mass of the larger object won’t pull it in via gravity. If it is close enough, the larger mass’ gravity will pull the smaller mass into orbit.

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Gravity in space is the force between two massive objects. By massive objects, I mean to say that the objects themselves have mass. The force of gravity from one object to another varies. Basically, the object with the larger mass has more gravity than the object with the smaller mass. The larger mass will pull the smaller mass into it, putting it in orbit around the larger mass. The distance between the two objects matters as well. If the smaller object is far enough away, the mass of the larger object won’t pull it in via gravity. If it is close enough, the larger mass’ gravity will pull the smaller mass into orbit.