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Does the same force that pulled the apple to the ground was tugging on the moon
The moon is far away. I think that the force is weaker there, but is strong enough to bend the moon's motion into nearly circular path around Earth.
I'm going to call this force gravity. An apple has a small mass and is very close to Earth, so gravity drags it down to the ground.
Look, my own book! This book has all you need to know about gravity. It has the law of gravity, the three of motions, and even more.
I don't know if my hypothesis is true, but it does make sense, right?
Newton's law changed people's picture of the universe!
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