Does Gravity Travel the Same Speed as Light?

Example of a quasar 1.5 billion light years from earth. This quasar is so bright that it created diffraction spikes on the telescope image. Photograph courtesy Hubble Space Telescope (HStsci).
Example of a quasar 1.5 billion light years from earth. This quasar is so bright that it created diffraction spikes on the telescope image. Photograph courtesy Hubble Space Telescope (HStsci).

September 7, 2002  Charlottesville, Virginia - A billion light years from earth there is a very bright quasar known as JO841+1842. Quasars give off enormous energy from great distances. Tomorrow, Sunday, September 8, Jupiter in our solar system will pass very close to the light's path from that quasar.

 

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