What value of the gravitational constant would receive Cavendish if he conducted his experiment on the Moon, where the force of gravity is 6 times less than on Earth: the same value as on Earth, or 6 times less?
The gravitational constant is one of the world’s constants. Its meaning is constant. In the Cavendish experiment, the value of G was determined on the basis of measuring the force of attraction between balls, therefore the position of the experimental setup does not matter.
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