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Gravitational pull between two objects?

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Default Gravitational pull between two objects?



Could an object with a greater gravitational pull than the earth cause objects on the earth's surface to leave the surface of the earth and begin to accelerate towards that object, or would it affect the earth in the same way as any thing on its surface, and cause the earth to accelerate towards it at the same rate as anything on the earth?
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