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Consider a space pod somewhere between earth and the moon, at just the right distance so that the gravitational attractions to Earth and Moon are equal. Is this location nearer Earth or Moon?

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    What do you think? The moon has much less mass than Earth.

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    Earth

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    MOON!

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