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is gravitational field made with any particles

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In summary, the gravitational field is a region around a massive object where another object with mass experiences a force of attraction. It is measured by determining the force of gravity on a test mass and is generated by particles with mass. The strength of the gravitational field is directly proportional to the force of attraction and decreases with distance due to the inverse square law.

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is gravitational field made with any particles

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The gravitational field is described by spacetime curvature, no particles show up in this context.

The gravitational field is a region in space around a massive object where another object with mass experiences a force of attraction. It is a fundamental concept in physics that explains the force of gravity.

Gravitational field is measured by determining the force of gravity acting on a test mass placed in the field. This is usually done using the equation F = G(m1m2)/r^2, where F is the force of gravity, G is the gravitational constant, m1 and m2 are the masses of the two objects, and r is the distance between them.

A particle generates a gravitational field because it has mass. According to Newton's law of gravitation, any object with mass will exert a force of attraction on another object with mass. This force of attraction is what we call the gravitational field.

The relationship between gravitational field and particle generated force is that the gravitational field is the space in which the particle's force of attraction is felt. The strength of the gravitational field is directly proportional to the force of attraction between two objects with mass.

The strength of a gravitational field decreases with distance from the source object. This is because the force of gravity is inversely proportional to the square of the distance between two objects. As the distance between two objects increases, the gravitational force between them decreases.

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