noun

The law proposed by Sir Isaac Newton that expresses the force of gravitational attraction between two bodies as a function of their masses and their distance. Expressed mathematically, F =

^{Gm1m2}_{d2}where F is the force in Newtons, m_{1}and m_{2}are the masses of the bodies in kilograms, G is the gravitational constant, and d is the distance between the bodies in meters.Origin of Newton's law of gravitation

AfterIsaac**Newton**