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Consider a planet with the same mass and diameter as Earth, except that it is
1) perfectly spherical.
2) a hollow shell 1 meter thick, so the planet is almost like a massive ping-pong ball.
Naturally it would be made of some super-dense material such that it had the same mass as earth without most of its volume.
If you stood on the surface of this planet, the gravity should be equivalent to Earth's, but if you were to drill a hole in the surface and climb through, would gravity:
a) pull you toward the planet's center of mass, which is in the empty center?
b) draw you toward the interior surface, and thus outward from the planet's center, such that you could walk along the inside of the planet?
c) somewhere in between, with little or no gravitational tendency?
I am posting this in Physics but I am not sure if World building is more appropriate.