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# $\mathbf{Assertion\; (A)}$: An astronaut inside a massive spaceship orbiting around the earth will experience a finite but small gravitational force.$\mathbf{Reason\;(R):}$ The centripetal force necessary to keep the spaceship in orbit around the earth is provided by the gravitational force between the earth and the spaceship.

(a) Both $\mathbf{(A)}$ and $\mathbf{(R)}$ are true and $\mathbf{(R)}$ is the correct explanation of $\mathbf{(A)}$

(b) Both $\mathbf{(A)}$ and $\mathbf{(R)}$ are true and $\mathbf{(R)}$ is not the correct explanation of $\mathbf{(A)}$

(c) $\mathbf{(A)}$ is true but $\mathbf{(R)}$ is not true.

(d) $\mathbf{(A)}$ is not true but $\mathbf{(R)}$ is true.

(b) Both $\mathbf{(A)}$ and $\mathbf{(R)}$ are true and $\mathbf{(R)}$ is not the correct explanation of $\mathbf{(A)}$