Yes, but sometimes, we eliminate factors in order to simplify. Just like Earth's gravitational pull. The constant was measured by removing the factor of air resistance. Removing that factor is very dangerous, it could kill someone who needs to use a parachute. Yet, Henry Cavendish removed the factor of air resistance when he measured the gravitational constant. And now, Gravitational constant is used almost everywhere - like maintaining Satellite orbit around the Earth.You left an important part out, it is rotating, and very high speed I might add. Fast enough that it has a large amount of energy just in rotation, like a fly wheel. Those little details matter in science, ignore them and you get sucked in and killed.