Gravitation (disambiguation)

Gravitation (disambiguation)

Gravitation may refer to:

*Gravitation, a physical force that is responsible for interactions between objects with mass
*"Gravitation" (manga), a shounen-ai manga, anime, and novel
*"Gravitation" (book), a textbook about Einstein's theory of general relativity

Also see Gravity (disambiguation).

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