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The Garra notation is a method of displaying a planetary body's gravitational magnitude. It was devised in the mid-twenty-first century by scientist Danforth Garra. In the equation n•1eg, 1eg equals Earth's mean gravitational strength at sea level while n represents the other planet's (or similar body's) gravitational strength as a ratio to Earths. For example, if a planet's gravitational pull was 2.05•1eg, said planet's gravity would be 205% as strong as Earth's gravity.