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Was the same force that pulled the apple the apple down tugging on the moon?
The moon though, is far away. The force is probably weaker there. Probably just strong enough to bend the moons motion into a circular pattern around the Earth.
The strength of the force depended on the masses of the objects and the distance between them.
Seems to me that all physical objects have a force of attraction between them.
In that case, the result is that the moon is trapped in its orbit around the Earth.
Ahh well if the moon and Earth tug on each other, sometime it's going to cancel out.
I've figured it out! I've figured out gravity!
Just like that apple was dragged down to the ground thanks to its low mass and closeness with the Earth.
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