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Byron Donovan asked the Naked Scientists: Why do black holes have more gravity than anything else? Doesn't a black hole have the same mass as the star that it was created from and doesn't an object's gravitational field depend on its mass? Or is it that if that mass takes up less space it becomes more gravitational? In other words does a pound of gold actually weigh more than a pound of feathers?What do you think?