The gravitational intensity (acceleration due to gravity) for all possible

gravitational fields can also be defined in terms of the Riemannian gradient operator [[nabla].

In his article, FE-zfa has proposed, with supporting mathematical proof, a device with which to create detectable

gravitational fields.

This, too, distorts time: Clocks run slower in a strong

gravitational field than they do in empty space.

The agreement of the measured precession rate with GR's prediction is again remarkable, representing not only a fifth test in this system but also the first high-precision test of relativistic spin-precession in strong

gravitational fields.

As the craft escapes Earth's

gravitational field, however, it enters the Sun's

gravitational field.

To improve their estimates, the mathematicians took the

gravitational fields of all the planets except little Pluto into account, and calculated their possible combined effects on various possible orbits of 433 Eros in the distant future.

This meant we were directly measuring the motion of matter in a strong

gravitational field near to a black hole the first time that the Lense-Thirring effect has been measured in a strong

gravitational field.

Einstein's

gravitational field equations were constructed in [1] and an approximate expression for the analytical solution of the lone field equation was obtained as

Using the Hubble Space Telescope, the astronomers have tested whether the strength of the electromagnetic force is altered in the strong

gravitational field of a white dwarf star.

Kopeikin of the University of Missouri in Columbia extended those equations to the changing

gravitational fields around moving bodies, such as Jupiter.

However, Tyson and his team found the shapes of some galaxy images to be slightly distorted by the

gravitational fields of intervening clumps of matter.

The probe was due to orbit Eros for a year, sending back information on rock composition and mapping its magnetic and

gravitational fields from within feet of the surface.