Excellent question Brooklynn! Well, space can be defined as the three-dimensional area outside of, but really including, the planets, stars and other forms of matter. Gravity is the fundamental force where two objects will be attracted toward each other where the object with greater mass also has the greater pull. The more you study physics, you will learn that gravity is far more than…well…a force. When we watch television, movies, or videos, we often see our favorite celebrities floating around in space with an apparent absence of gravity, but in reality, it would be better to think of these situations as “less gravity” than our experience here on Earth. It looks like these folks are floating, when they are really falling toward some object with much greater mass. Albert Einstein developed a theory known as General Relativity where gravity is explained using terms like time, space and the speed of light, it can even bend light!!! Sounds like something for Professor Honeydew to explain later! Anyway Brooklynn, just remember gravity is all around us all the time…even in space. Thanks for your question and I look forward to the next!