What is gravity? Gravity is a fundamental force that keeps everything with mass down. It was first discovered by Sir Isaac Newton when an apple fell in the front of him.This made him curious on what brought that apple down.
Gravity has always been mankind’s enemy it is what keeps us down but thanks to inventions of aircraft's we are able to mess with gravitation.Even though it is mankind’s enemy gravity is important because it keeps our planets in our solar system.
Gravity is found almost everywhere in the universe but is all over earth.Planets like mars have weak gravity so if you are 90 kgs then in mars you are 34 kgs. This is a big difference.
Facts:Gravity is also the reason the Earth spins around the sun.
Gravity can cause health problems such as bone loss, muscle atrophy, and fluid shifts.
Gravity makes stars burn by squeezing their matter together.gravity was discovered about 300 years ago.Gravity represents the attraction between objects. To leave Earth’s gravitational pull behind, an object must travel 7 miles a second, our planet’s escape velocity.Gravity is by far the weakest of the four fundamental forces.A dime-size magnet has enough electromagnetic force to overcome all of Earth’s gravity and stick to the fridge.I believe that gravity is a helpful force that we should all study so we can understand the rules of gravity.Gravity should be thanked because without gravity it wouldn’t help the solar system to stay in place.One day we could find out more about the tricks of gravity.