A fundamental physical force that is responsible for interactions which occur between particles and aggregations of matter that is 10[^39] times weaker than the strong force and that extends over infinite distances, but is dominant over macroscopic distances (especially between aggregations of matter). Also known as gravitation and gravitational force.
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