Subject: How do you measure the 'bend' or 'dip' in space-time?
Date: Mon Feb 13 17:56:36 2006
Posted by Kirk
Grade level: 7-9
School: Southern Hills Middle School
City: Boulder State/Province: Colorado
Country: United States of America
Area of science: Astronomy
Gravity "bends" space-time and I would like to find out how much a body with a 1
megaton mass, for example, would "bend" space-time.
Re: How do you measure the 'bend' or 'dip' in space-time?
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