Gravitational constant

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G is the universal gravitational constant:

It is used in Newton's formula for the gravitational force between two objects, which is:

where
is the force between the two objects
are the masses of each object
is the distance between the two objects.

g is the acceleration Earth's gravitational field exerts on objects at Earth's surface: