Is it possible for space to be distorted in the region trailing a moving body through space (i.e. in a region that is greater in volume or at least different in shape than the expected gravity well in space)?
If so, would the volume and shape of such a region be velocity dependent? I understand that rotating bodies can cause frame-dragging, so intuitively one suspects that similarly a body moving through space distorts the trailing space behind it. I've seen reference to "linear frame dragging" as implied by Einstein's general relativity, but have not found papers that discuss this effect.
Can someone direct me to papers that might discuss linear frame dragging?