• Question: Why is there no gravity in space

    Asked by Lol123 to RocketRich, Jenn on 16 Mar 2016.
    • Photo: Jenn Wadsworth

      Jenn Wadsworth answered on 16 Mar 2016:

      Gravity is a force that acts between two or more objects. The more massive the object, the stronger its gravitational pull. So it’s not that there’s no gravity whatsoever in space, merely that in the space between planets or stars or other massive objects, there’s practically no gravity.