Every planet has gravity, but the strength of the gravity is dependent upon the mass and size of the planet in comparison to the others. Jupiter is the largest planet and its gravitational strength is 2.5 times that of Earth. So, if you weighed 100 pounds on Earth, you would weigh 254 on Jupiter (if there was a way to stand on Jupiter). The gravity of Jupiter is such a force that it is believed it had a big role in the placement of the other planets.
Gravity is directly related to the mass of the object that exerts its own gravitational pull. Therefore, the largest planets have the strongest gravitational pull, while smaller planets have weaker gravitational pulls. Jupiter has the highest gravitational strength, followed by Saturn.
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