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what do you mean gravity is still on moon - it appears on every planet that has forward motion and spin. the resistance caused by this forward motion is g force, g force happens in space or in "air" it doesn;t have to be air. any forward motion anywhere causes resistance which in my eyes is gravity.i'm afraid your answer lack any substance and detail and it appears like you have completely misunderstood what i said anyone else?
ok i see that. lets take away spin for the moment thenwhat about forward motion? go in a fast car and it will throw you back in your seat - or a rollercoaster for example. we know the earth is traveling at a rate of 1,000 m p/hr? don't quote me on that as "apparently" that's how fast we orbit the moon not how fast the whole solar system is moving through space.are you able to tell me where the g force from that speed goes?
what about forward motion? go in a fast car and it will throw you back in your seat