anonymous
  • anonymous
Does a feather and a piece of string fall at the same time on the moon? If it does why?
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sohailiftikhar
  • sohailiftikhar
yes as moon has also constant pull which is 6 times smaller than earth...
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes because in the the mass does not effect the gravitational pull also in 1971 Apollo demonstrated this
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  • anonymous
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sohailiftikhar
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welcome its my pleasure ....
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r u in flvs

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