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Do rotating bodies emit gravitational waves?
Suppose we have a cylinder of mass $m$, radius $R$ and height $h$ in rotation with speed $\omega$ around its symmetry axis with no friction (ideal situation). I'd expect this cylinder to emit ...
Jul 30 '12 at 9:56
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