Gravitational waves
Gravitational waves
Gravity waves (Astrophysics)
Gravity waves (Astrophysics)
QC179
Waves
Waves
gravitaatioaallot
Gravitationswelle
Gravitational waves
Gravitational fields
Gravitational fields
gravitational wave
General relativity (Physics)
General relativity (Physics)
Radiation
Radiation
Gravitational radiation
Gravitational radiation
Rayonnement gravitationnel
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Here are entered works on hypothetical waves predicted by the general theory of relativity that are created by disturbances of matter and travel through space at the speed of light propagating gravitational fields. Works on waves in a fluid medium that are generated by the force of gravity, such as those between air and water at an ocean's surface or between layers of air in the Earth's atmosphere, are entered under [Gravity waves.]
Note under [Gravity waves]
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NASA thes.
(Gravitational waves UF Graviational radiation)
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INSPEC
(Gravitational waves UF Gravitational radiation)
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McGraw-Hill dict. sci. tech.
(gravitational wave: a propagating gravitational field predicted by general relativity, which is produced by some change in the distribution of matter; it travels at the speed of light exerting forces on masses in its path; aka gravitational radiation)
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Acad. Press dict. sci. tech.
(gravitational radiation: an as-yet undetected type of radiation created by massive disturbance in matter, travels at the speed of light and is capable of exerting a minute gravitational force on objects as it passes; also gravitational waves, gravity waves (astrophysics))
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Encyc. physics, 1990:
p. 457 (gravitational waves)
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Encarta world Eng. dict.
(gravitational wave: a hypothetical wave predicted by relativity theory that travels at the speed of light and propagates a gravitational field)
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Random House
(gravitational wave: in general relativity, a propagating wave of gravitational energy produced by accelerating masses, esp. during catastrophic events as the gravitational collapse of massive stars. Also called gravity wave)
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Gravitational waves
Gravity waves (Astrophysics)
Gravity waves (Astrophysics)
Waves
Gravitational fields
General relativity (Physics)
Radiation
gravitaatioaallot
Gravitationswelle
Gravitational waves
gravitational wave
Rayonnement gravitationnel
Here are entered works on hypothetical waves predicted by the general theory of relativity that are created by disturbances of matter and travel through space at the speed of light propagating gravitational fields. Works on waves in a fluid medium that are generated by the force of gravity, such as those between air and water at an ocean's surface or between layers of air in the Earth's atmosphere, are entered under [Gravity waves.]
Note under [Gravity waves]
Gravity waves (Astrophysics)
2000-08-10T00:00:00
new
2000-09-21T17:06:09
revised