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*Let's imagine earth is a homogeneous sphere and two identical apples start falling simultaneously from same ANTIPODEAN altitude in the absence of all other gravitational attraction including atmosphere.*

So what would be the direction of accelaration of earth?

If net accelaration of earth is zero in aforementioned scenario then would gravity "g" of two equal spherical spheres/ planets cancel each other if placed on each other?

So what would be the direction of accelaration of earth?

If net accelaration of earth is zero in aforementioned scenario then would gravity "g" of two equal spherical spheres/ planets cancel each other if placed on each other?