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Speed of gravity
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Introduction[ edit ] The speed of gravitational waves in the general theory of relativity is equal to the speed of light in a vacuum, c. Formally, c is a conversion factor for changing the unit of time to the unit of space. Thus, the speed of "light" is also the speed of gravitational waves and any massless particle. Such particles include the gluon carrier of the strong force , the photons that make up light hence carrier of electromagnetic force , and the hypothetical gravitons which make up the associated field particles of gravity however, a theory of the graviton requires a theory of quantum gravity. Static fields[ edit ] The speed of physical changes in a gravitational or electromagnetic field should not be confused with "changes" in the behavior of static fields that are due to pure observer-effects. These changes in direction of a static field are, because of relativistic considerations, the same for an observer when a distant charge is moving, as when an observer instead decides to move with respect to a distant charge. Thus, constant motion of an observer with regard to a static charge and its extended static field either a gravitational or electric field does not change the field.