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If you created a perfect sphere of a known element in the vacuum of space, which was 1 metre in diameter, i assume that it would exhibit a gravitational pull on other objects - although probably very weak.

If you then created another sphere exactly the same size, 1 metre in diameter, but with a known element that resulted in twice the total mass of the previous sphere, would it have twice the gravitiational pull as the previous sphere ?.

Thanks,

Regards,

Richard.

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