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Q: Jupiter lies about 5 A.U. from the Sun, so at its distance: A) the Sun's gravity is just as strong as it is here at Earth. B) the Sun's gravity is five times weaker there than at one A.U.
distance. C) the Sun's gravity is 25 times weaker than its pull on the Earth. D) the Sun's gravity must be five times stronger to hold massive Jupiter in orbit. E) the Sun's gravity is so weak that ultimately Jupiter will escape the solar system.
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