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What would the gravitation PE and Elastic PE be like on the moon?

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  1. Elastic potential energy of stretching, bending or compressing things would be the same on the moon.

    Gravitational potential energy of raising the elevation of an object would with mass be 1/6 as much as on Earth.

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