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**1.** ** Gravitoelectromagnetism**: A BRIEF REVIEW According to general relativity, the proper rotation of the Sun produces a gravit-omagnetic ﬁeld and the inﬂuence of this ﬁeld on planetary orbits was ﬁrst considered by de Sitter [5] and later in a more general form by Lense and Thirring [4]

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**2.** According to** Gravitoelectromagnetism** (GEM), a

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**3.** “** Gravitoelectromagnetism**”, in which, however, they only consider co-moving spatial coordinates

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**4.** Studies about a formal analogy between the gravitational and the electromagnetic fields lead** to the notion of Gravitoelectromagnetism (GEM) to describe gravitation.** In fact, the GEM equations correspond to the weak-field approximation of the gravitation field

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**5.** ** Gravitoelectromagnetism** From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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**6.** **Anti- Gravitoelectromagnetism** (

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**7.** Relationship between gravity of moving mass and magnetism of moving electric charge in Einstein’s General Relativity: *Gravitoelectromagnetism*

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**8.** Interestingly, what you now have is the theory of ** Gravitoelectromagnetism**, which is precisely analogous to Maxwell's equations

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**9.** Analogy between Abelian and non-Abelian ** Gravitoelectromagnetism** and the weak-field

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**10.** • Yang–Mills-like equations are obtained for non-Abelian Weyl *Gravitoelectromagnetism*

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**11.** Zbigniew Osiak *Gravitoelectromagnetism*

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**12.** Randy talks to Jim about *Gravitoelectromagnetism*

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**13.** ** Gravitoelectromagnetism** (GEM) Model, which is a formal analogy of Electromagnetism when applied to the Linearized Solution of General Relativity, as described by Mashhoon [1]

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**14.** *Gravitoelectromagnetism* (sometimes Gravitomagnetism, Gravimagnetism, abbreviated GEM), refers to a set of formal analogies between Maxwell's field equations and an approximation, valid under certain conditions, to the Einstein field equations for general relativity.

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**15.** ** Gravitoelectromagnetism** is briefly reviewed and some recent developments in this topic are discussed

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**16.** Definition of ** Gravitoelectromagnetism** in the

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**17.** Meaning of *Gravitoelectromagnetism*

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**18.** What does ** Gravitoelectromagnetism** mean? Information and translations of

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**19.** ** Gravitoelectromagnetism** Details Created: 08 March 2021 I have been reading a lot about gravitomagnetism lately

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**20.** ** Gravitoelectromagnetism** BAHRAM MASHHOON Department of Physics and Astronomy arXiv:gr-qc/0011014v1 3 Nov 2000 University of Missouri-Columbia Columbia, Missouri 65211, USA E-mail: [email protected]

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**21.** ** Gravitoelectromagnetism** – Wikipedia

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**22.** Spaniol and Andrade introduced ** Gravitoelectromagnetism** in TEGR by considering superpotentials, times the determinant of tetrads, as the gravitoelectromagnetic fields

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**23.** ** Gravitoelectromagnetism** is briefly reviewed and some recent developments in this topic are discussed

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**24.** Non-Abelian ** Gravitoelectromagnetism** and Applications at Finite Temperature A

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**25.** ** Gravitoelectromagnetism**: A Brief Review

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**26.** ** Gravitoelectromagnetism**: A Brief Review.

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**27.** This work is focused on the theory of ** Gravitoelectromagnetism** (GEM)

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**28.** In the first part of this work we present a brief review of ** Gravitoelectromagnetism**, we locate and discuss all the problems which appear in this approach

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**29.** ** Gravitoelectromagnetism** (sometimes Gravitomagnetism, Gravimagnetism, abbreviated GEM), refers to a set of formal analogies between Maxwell's field equations and an approximation, valid under certain conditions, to the Einstein field equations for general relativity.The most common version of GEM is valid only far from isolated sources, and for slowly moving test particles.

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**30.** @article{osti_21421194, title = {Lorentz-violating ** Gravitoelectromagnetism**}, author = {Bailey, Quentin G}, abstractNote = {The well-known analogy between a special limit of general relativity and electromagnetism is explored in the context of the Lorentz-violating standard-model extension

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**31.** ** Gravitoelectromagnetism** (GEM) is a gravitational theory similar to electromagnetism

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**32.** ** Gravitoelectromagnetism**, abbreviated GEM, refers to a set of formal analogies between the equations for electromagnetism and relativistic gravitation; specifically: between Maxwell's field equations and an approximation, valid under certain conditions, to the Einstein field equations for general relativity

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**GRAVITOELECTROMAGNETISM**

Gravitoelectromagnetism, abbreviated GEM, refers to a set of formal analogies between the equations for electromagnetism and relativistic gravitation; specifically: between Maxwell's field equations and an approximation, valid under certain conditions, to the Einstein field equations for general relativity.

Gravitoelectromagnetism, abbreviated GEM, refers to a set of formal analogies between the equations for electromagnetism and relativistic gravitation; specifically: between Maxwell's field equations and an approximation, valid under certain conditions, to the Einstein field equations for general...

According to gravitoelectromagnetism (GEM), a gravitational field is just like an electromagnetic field (Maxwell's equations) mathematically described by a set of four partial differential equations, the GEM-equations. They describe how E g and B g vary in space due to their sources and how they are intertwined.

Eg is the static gravitational field (conventional gravity, also called gravitoelectric in analogous usage) in m⋅s −2; Jg is mass current density or mass flux ( Jg = ρgvρ, where vρ is the velocity of the mass flow generating the gravitomagnetic field) in kg⋅m −2 ⋅s −1;