Relativity and Cosmology

   

Why Are Gravitational Waves Detections so Close to New/full Moon?

Authors: Kovalyov, Mikhail

Of the 11 gravitational waves detections up to date, seven occurred within 43 hours of New/Full Moon or perihelion and four within the two weeks between the 2017/8/7 and 2017/8/21 eclipses. Why do the gravitational waves coming from millions of light years away arrive to Earth so close to these lunar events? The question is investigated in more detail.

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