# Formula: Newton's Law of Gravity Force    Distance    1st mass    2nd mass    Gravitational constant

## Gravitational force

Unit
It is the force that the mass $$\class{brown}{m_1}$$ exerts on the mass $$\class{brown}{m_2}$$ and vice versa.

## Distance

Unit
Distance between the masses $$\class{brown}{m_1}$$ and $$\class{brown}{m_2}$$. The larger the distance, the smaller the gravitational force $$F_{\text g}$$.

## 1st mass

Unit
The mass of the first body.

## 2nd mass

Unit
The mass of the second body.

## Gravitational constant

Unit
The gravitational constant is a physical constant that occurs in equations describing the interaction between masses. It has the following experimentally determined value: $$G ~\approx~ 6.674 \, 30 ~\cdot~ 10^{-11} \, \frac{ \mathrm{m}^3 }{ \mathrm{kg} \, \mathrm{s}^2 }$$

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