Subject: Is the gravity produced by electromagnetic radiation significant.
Date: Fri Jun 29 12:44:07 2001
Posted by Robert
Grade level: grad (science)
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City: Orinda State/Province: California
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Area of science: Astronomy
Since energy and mass are equivalent, and electromagnetic energy therefore
produces some curvature of space-time, are there any instances (observed or
theoretical, past or present) in the universe where the "gravitational force"
of e-m energy plays a significant role?
Re: Is the gravity produced by electromagnetic radiation significant.
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