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Finally, if the "Avatar planet" is going to be as small as Pluto's moon then it will need more than just a "denser" core to have the same gravitational force as earth, according to my calculations the "Avatar planet" would need to have an average density of 61.3 kilograms per cubic decimeter, which is almost three times as dense as the two most dense elements on earth (iridium and osmium, they have a density around 22,5 kilograms per cubic decimeter). Therefore, I think that the mass in the world of Avatar has a higher gravitational force, which I think would be relevant since people in Avatar can control huge amounts of energy, so I don't think it would be that strange to assume that the mass itself has a higher gravitational force (energy) compared to the mass in our world.58 posts and 25 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.
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