Gravity is the force that causes smaller bodies to accelerate towards the surface of a larger body.
Gravity is the force that causes smaller bodies to accelerate away from the surface of a larger body.
Gravity is the force that causes larger bodies to accelerate towards the surface of a smaller body.
A circular path around an object of any size
A set distance and path that only planets take around the Sun.
A set distance and path that a smaller celestial body takes around a bigger celestial body
They are programmed to stay at one single spot and use rockets to stay in the same position
They form an orbit around a bigger object such as the Earth and remain in in that orbital distance away from the surface of the planet forever.
They are placed there by rockets and staffed by Astronauts who pilot them to required locations
Size of the celestial bodies involved
The force of gravity
The temperature of the celestial bodies involved
The speed that the celestial bodies are moving at
Yes because the force of gravity is the same on every planet
No because the force of gravity depends on the masses of the objects involved
Yes because the force of gravity is determined by the Sun which is the same star for the Earth and for Venus
Moons are mini planets that are too small to be classified as planets themselves
Moons are natural satellites that form from debris from planetary collisions
Moons are small offshoots from the Sun that form natural satellites around planets