Down to Earth
Does gravity literally pull us down? This is the focus question in a video about how gravity pulls matter toward Earth.
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- Discuss terms like mass, matter, and force prior to viewing
- The second in a series of five videos that discuss the force of gravity
- A demonstration with a tennis ball and rubber band is used to show how gravitational pull works
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