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`G = 6.67384*10^-11 (N * m^2)/(kg^2) = 6.67384*10^-11 (m^3)/(kg*s^2)"`

6.67384E-11

**G (Gravitational Constant) : ** 6.67384E-11m³/(kg * s²)

The Universal Constant of Gravitation, **G**, is a physical constant used in the calculation of gravitational force between two bodies. This version of the constant is expressed in SI units of `m^3`/`kg * s^2`. This constant may also be referred to as the Newtonian constant of gravitation.

This constant is specified with the standard uncertainty of `0.00080*10^(-11) m^3 / (kg*s^2)`

The relative standard uncertainty is `1.2 x 10^(-4)`