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Publication Date: 1985
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Will, Clifford M.
A comprehensive survey of the intensive research and testing conducted in general relativity over the past two decades. As background it introduces the important principles of gravitational theory and develops the mathematical formalism necessary to carry out specific computations in order to compare theoretical predictions with experimental findings. The survey of experimental results is up to date and includes not only Einstein's classical tests but also new solar-system tests, never envisioned by Einstein, that make use of the high-precision space technology of the 1960s and 1970s. It also gives a systematic account of the remarkable 'binar pulsar' PSP 1913 16, the first evidence of gravitational waves.Will, Clifford M. is the author of 'Theory and Experiment in Gravitational Physics', published 1985 under ISBN 9780521317108 and ISBN 052131710X.
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