Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system and has the highest amount of gravity. The size, mass and density of a planet all play a part in its gravitational pull. Jupiter is both large and dense, causing it to have the greatest gravity.
Jupiter is so large that all of the other planets in the solar system are able to fit inside. Its surface gravity is 27 yards squared. This causes objects to weigh more than twice as much as they would weigh on Earth.
Jupiter has 62 moons in part due to its high amount of gravity. Its gravity also causes damage to passing asteroids and space matter.