# What is the net gravitational force on the moon?

## What is the net gravitational force on the moon?

Answer: magnitude of the net gravitational force on the moon is 4.77 × 1020N.

### What is the gravitational force the Sun exerts on the moon?

The gravitational force that the sun exerts on the moon is perpendicular to the force that the earth exerts on the moon. The masses are: mass of sun=1.99 × 1030 kg, mass of earth=5.98 × 1024 kg, mass of moon=7.35 × 1022 kg. The distances shown in the drawing are rSM = 1.50 × 1011 m and rEM = 3.85 × 108 m.

#### Is the net force of the moon zero?

The force of attraction between the spacecraft and Earth is equal in magnitude but opposite in direction to the force of attraction between the spacecraft and the Moon. There is no net force, so no acceleration.

**How do you calculate the gravitational pull on the moon?**

The mass of the moon is 7.35×1022Kg. Thus, the value of g on moon is g=1.625 m/s2.

**How much gravitational force is between the Earth and the moon?**

Answer. Answer: Force of gravity between earth and moon is 1.894∗1020N1.

## What is the gravitational force exerted on the sun by the Earth?

Earth, Sun and Moon The mass of the sun is 1.99 x 10^30 kilograms, while the Earth weighs in at 6.0 x 10^24 kilograms. The gravitational constant is 6.67 x 10^-11 meter^3 / (kilogram – second^2). So the Earth and sun pull on each other with a force equal to 3.52 x 10^22 newtons.

### Which is greater the gravitational force that the Sun exerts on the moon or the force the Earth exerts on the moon does the moon orbit the Earth or the sun explain?

Explain your answers. The gravitational pull of the Sun on the Earth is greater than the gravitational pull of the Moon, about 180 times as large due its much greater mass, as explained in class.

#### Is there a force acting on the moon?

In reality, nothing holds the Moon up. As Newton’s inertial frame analysis predicts, the Moon is completely under gravity’s thrall; in other words, it falls, because in such a frame there’s only one force on the Moon: gravity.

**What is the weight of a 10 kg object on the moon?**

Answer: Weight of a 10-kg object on moon is 16.33 N. Answer: Weight of a 10-kg object on moon is 16.33 N. Explanation: If a mass m is under a…

**How much would a 70 kg man weigh on the moon?**

From relation, W = mg Putting values, we get, `W = 70 xx 1.7 =119` i.e. W = 119 N The weight of the man on the moon will be 119 N The mass will remain same (70 kg) on earth and the moon.

## What is the gravitational field strength between Earth and the moon?

On Earth the gravitational field strength is 10 N/kg. Other planets have different gravitational field strengths. The Moon has a gravitational field strength of 1.6 N/kg. You might have seen films of astronauts leaping high on the moon.

### How do you calculate force exerted by Earth on the moon?

The relevant equation to use in solving this problem, from Newton’s law of gravitation, is Force = ( universal constant of gravitation x mass of earth x mass of moon)/ (distance between earth and moon squared), or F = GmEarthmMoon/r 2.

#### Does the moon or Earth exert more force?

The greater an object’s mass, the more gravitational force it exerts. So, to begin answering your question, Earth has a greater gravitational pull than the moon simply because the Earth is more massive.

**How hard in Newtons does the Earth pull on the moon?**

The average distance between the Earth and moon is 380 million meters and the mass of the moon is 7.35 x 10^22 kilograms, so the force between the moon and Earth is 2.03 x 10^20 newtons (4.5 x 10^19 pound-force).

**Which has a stronger gravitational force on the moon − Earth or the sun?**

The gravitational pull of the Sun on the Earth is greater than the gravitational pull of the Moon, about 180 times as large due its much greater mass, as explained in class. The tides, however, are caused by the differences in gravitational forces by the Moon on opposite sides of the Earth.

## Which exerts stronger gravitational pull on Earth the sun or moon?

Based on its mass, the sun’s gravitational attraction to the Earth is more than 177 times greater than that of the moon to the Earth. If tidal forces were based solely on comparative masses, the sun should have a tide-generating force that is 27 million times greater than that of the moon.

### How many forces are on the moon?

one force

As Newton’s inertial frame analysis predicts, the Moon is completely under gravity’s thrall; in other words, it falls, because in such a frame there’s only one force on the Moon: gravity.

#### How much would a 70 kg man weight on the moon?

**How much does 1 kg weight on the moon?**

1.6 N/kg

Gravitational pull on the Moon On the Moon, g = 1.6 N/kg. In other words, a 1 kg mass has a weight on the Moon of 1.6 N.

**How much is 1 kg on the moon?**

Gravitational pull on the Moon On the Moon, g = 1.6 N/kg. In other words, a 1 kg mass has a weight on the Moon of 1.6 N.

## What gravitational attraction does the moon have for a 70kg person on Earth?

We do not personally notice the Moon’s attraction on our bodies (about 0.0007 newtons for a 70-kilogram person) because the Moon is 384,400 km away and has 1.2% of Earth’s mass (although this weak attraction is enough to cause ocean tides). All objects in the universe are gravitationally attracted to each other.

### What is the gravitational force exerted on Earth?

9.8 m/s2

The acceleration due to Earth’s gravity is called g and is equal to 9.8 m/s2 at Earth’s surface. You can calculate the force of gravity on an object using the object’s mass and this acceleration. The formula that expresses Newton’s second law is F = ma.

#### Is the gravitational field strength on Earth 9.8 or 10?

The Earth’s gravitational field strength (g) is 10 N/kg. This means that for each kg of mass, an object will experience 10 N of force.

**How much gravitational force is between the earth and the moon?**

**What is the relation between gravitational force of the moon with the earth Class 9?**

Answer: the relation between gravitational force of moon with the earth is that moon’s gravitational force is 1/6th that of earth.

## Which has more gravitational force the Moon or earth?

The greater an object’s mass, the more gravitational force it exerts. So, to begin answering your question, Earth has a greater gravitational pull than the moon simply because the Earth is more massive. That’s why the moon isn’t pulled out of Earth’s orbit by the gravity of larger planets or by the sun.

### Is there any gravitation force on the Moon?

The Moon has its own gravitational force. In fact, so do you. Every object that had mass exerts a gravitational force. It’s a fundamental property of matter, part of the design of the Universe. The gravitational force between any two bodies is given by the formula: G*m1*m2 / r^2.

#### Does the Moon exert a gravitational force on the Earth?

The gravitational force depends on the distance between the Earth and the Sun. Earth’s orbit is the shape of an ellipse, not a perfect circle, so the distance between the two (and thus the force between the two) changes throughout the year. The Sun exerts a greater gravitational force on the Earth than the Moon does.

**What is the gravitational pull and force of the Moon?**

The acceleration due to gravity on the surface of the Moon is about 1.625 m/s 2, about 16.6% that on Earth’s surface or 0.166 ɡ. Over the entire surface, the variation in gravitational acceleration is about 0.0253 m/s 2 (1.6% of the acceleration due to gravity). Because weight is directly dependent upon gravitational acceleration, things on the Moon will weigh only 16.6% (≈ 1/6) of what they weigh on the Earth.