Is There Gravity in Space?
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Gravity causes every object to pull every other object toward it. Some person think that there is no gravity in space. In fact, a smal amount of gravity can be found everywhere in space. Gravity is what holds the moon in orbit around earth. Gravity causes Earth to orbit the son. It keeps the sun in place in the Milky Way galaxy. Gravity, however does become weaker with distance. It is possable for a spacecraft to go far enough from Earth that a person inside would feel very little gravity. But this is not why things float on a spacecraft in orbit. The International Space Station orbits Earth at an altitude between 200 and 250 miles. At that altitude, Earths gravity is about 90 percent of what it is on the planet's surface. In other words, if a person who weighed 100 pounds on Earth's surface could climb a ladder all the way to the space station, that person would waigh 90 pounds at the top of the ladder.