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We know that the first man to walk on moon was Neil Armstrong. it is said that there is  no force of gravity on moon. then how did Neil Armstrong moved a few steps on moon?

(Saranya asks)

Answer:

Who says there is no gravity in moon?

The acceleration due to gravity on moon is 1/6 that on earth.

I feel that you are confused by the concept of weightlessness in satellites.

On moon, it has its own gravity which is one sixth that on earth.

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