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Gravitational force between two objects is given by
     F = G M1 M2 / d²

It is dependent on the masses of objects M1, M2, and the distance d between them.

The gravitational force between them remains same at 2N.

But the gravitational force between each of the objects and the Moon changes and becomes 1/6th of that on the Earth.

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The gravitational force between the object remains same because they have same distance and same mass so the gravitational force remains same anywhere in the universe.