Introducing Gravitational Field Strength

Unit 2: Lessons from Galileo
Lesson 10 of 11

Objective: Students will define gravitational field strength and variables that affect its value.

Big Idea: Gravitational field strength is directly proportional to a celestial body's mass and inversely proportional to a celestial body's radius squared.

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Science, Physical Science, Motion, physics, gravity, gravitational field strength, time, velocity, linear motion
  75 minutes
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