Gravitational waves

Sep 28, 2007 - Transverse-traceless gauge. 10. 3. Interaction of gravitational waves with point particles. 11. 3.1. Newtonian and relativistic descrip...

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Jan 18, 2018 - as in the case of Harrison's TGW solution. The motion is periodic with turning points at. ±W0, where W0 > 0 and ±W0 are the only real solutions of Eq. (73) with dW/du = 0. We recall that W = 0 is the location of the spacetime singula