With all his gear, neil armstrong weighed 360 pounds on earth. when he landed...
C.The gravity on the Moon is less than the gravity on Earth.Explanation;Mass of an object is the amount matter in an object, and is always constant irrespectful of the place, be it on the earth or on the moon or on any other planet. Weight on the other hand is the measure of the gravitational pull acting on a body or an object. Therefore, weight depends on the gravitational acceleration of a place. Hence, weight vary from one place to another depending on the gravitational pull.This explains why the weight of Neil Armstrong was different when on the moon surface and when on the earth's surface, due to the difference in gravitational acceleration on the two surfaces. Gravitational acceleration on the moon surface being less than that on the earth surface means that he weighed less on the moon, 60 pounds.
C) The gravity on the Moon is less than the gravity on Earth.
Since Moon is smaller than Earth, any mass on Moon will experience less gravitational force and so that mass will weigh less on Moon.
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