# Gravitational Acceleration Calculator

Gravitational acceleration can be explained as the intensity of gravitational field. The gravitational acceleration is expressed in m/s2. The gravitational acceleration is different for every heavenly bodies. For instance, the earth's gravitational acceleration at its surface is 9.8 m/s2 whereas our sun's gravitational acceleration at its surface is estimated to be 273 m/s2.

We can find the gravitational acceleration with the help of this below formula:

where,
G = Universal gravitational constant [6.6726 x 10-11N-m2/kg2]
M = Mass of the planet
r = Radius of the planet from its center

In the below online gravitational acceleration calculator, enter the mass and radius of the planet and click calculate to find the answer.

 Mass of the Planet: [kg] Radius of the Circle (R): [m] Radius of Planet from its Center: [m/s^2]

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