Ko te tōpana whakararo o tētahi mea, ka hua ake i te tō ā-papa. He āhua ōrite te taumaha me te papatipu i roto i ngā kōrero o ia rā, engari he rerekētanga ā-pūtaiao nei. He māmā ake te tō ā-papa o te Marama, nō reira kāore i te pērā rawa te taumaha o tētahi mea i te Marama i te taumaha o taua mea i Papatūānuku, ahakoa ka pūmau tonu te papatipu.
The downward force of an object resulting from the pull of gravity. The weight and mass of something are similar in everyday usage, but there is a scientiﬁc diﬀerence. The gravity of the Moon is less than the gravity of the Earth, so the weight of an object on the Moon is less than the weight of the same object on Earth, even though the mass remains the same.
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