Asked Jan 10, 2020

When an object falls to the ground , the Earth moves up to meet it. Why is Earth's motion not noticeable?


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When an object falls towards the earth its due to gravitational attraction of earth. The earth also gets pulled towards the object with same force. But as the earth has a large...

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