# What is the event which could possible prove Einstein’s waves theory

### How did Einstein prove gravitational waves?

In

**Einstein’s**general theory of relativity,**gravity**is treated as a phenomenon resulting from the curvature of spacetime. Inspiraling binary neutron stars are predicted to be a powerful source of**gravitational waves**as they coalesce, due to the very large acceleration of their masses as they orbit close to one another.### How was Einstein’s theory proved?

Their objective was to see whether the stars around the blackened disc of the Sun appeared displaced—an indication that massive objects would indeed bend the course of light, as

**Einstein**had predicted in his general**theory**of relativity.### When was Einstein’s theory of gravitational waves proven?

Albert

**Einstein**predicted the existence of**gravitational waves**in 1916 in his general**theory**of relativity.### Which theory of Einstein was proven true after the LIGO observatory discovered gravitational waves for the first time in 2015?

This confirms a major prediction of Albert

**Einstein’s**1915 general**theory of relativity**and opens an unprecedented new window onto the cosmos.**Gravitational waves**carry information about their dramatic origins and about the nature of**gravity**that cannot otherwise be obtained.### Is gravity still just a theory?

Although Newton’s

**theory**has been superseded by Albert Einstein’s general relativity, most modern non-relativistic**gravitational**calculations are**still**made using Newton’s**theory**because it is simpler to work with and it gives sufficiently accurate results for most applications involving sufficiently small masses,### Is gravity a wave or a particle?

**Gravity is a force**. For all other forces that we are aware of (electromagnetic force, weak decay force, strong nuclear force) we have identified particles that transmit the forces at a quantum level. In quantum theory, each particle acts both as a particle AND a wave.

### What is gravity waves made of?

Continuous

**gravitational waves**are thought to be**produced**by a single spinning massive object like a neutron star. Any bumps on or imperfections in the spherical shape of this star will generate**gravitational waves**as it spins. If the spin-rate of the star stays constant, so too are the**gravitational waves**it emits.### Is gravity a wave?

A gravitational wave is

**an invisible (yet incredibly fast) ripple in space**. Gravitational waves travel at the speed of light (186,000 miles per second). These waves squeeze and stretch anything in their path as they pass by. A gravitational wave is an invisible (yet incredibly fast) ripple in space.### Can we detect gravity waves?

Gravitational waves can be detected indirectly – by

**observing celestial phenomena caused by gravitational waves**– or more directly by means of instruments such as the Earth-based LIGO or the planned space-based LISA instrument.### Why did only LIGO detect GW150914?

By using only time shifts greater than 10 milliseconds (the light travel time between the detectors) we ensured that these artificial data sets

**contained no real signals**, but only coincidences in noise. We can then see, in the very long artificial data set, how often a coincidence mimicking GW150914 would appear.### Who discovered gravity?

Isaac Newton changed the way we understand the Universe. Revered in his own lifetime, he

**discovered**the laws of**gravity**and motion and**invented**calculus.### How fast is gravity on Earth?

At Earth’s surface the acceleration of gravity is

**about 9.8 metres (32 feet) per second per second**. Thus, for every second an object is in free fall, its speed increases by about 9.8 metres per second.### Where is gravity weakest on earth?

**Mount Nevado Huascarán in Peru**has the lowest gravitational acceleration, at 9.7639 m/s

^{2}, while the highest is at the surface of the Arctic Ocean, at 9.8337 m/s

^{2}.

### Where is the Earth’s gravity strongest?

In the case of the

**earth**, the force of**gravity**is greatest on its surface and gradually decreases as you move away from its centre (as a square of the distance between the object and the center of the**Earth**). Of course, the**earth**is not a uniform sphere so the**gravitational**field around it is not uniform.### At what height does the Earth’s gravity become zero?

Near the surface of the

**Earth**(sea level),**gravity**decreases with**height**such that linear extrapolation would give**zero gravity**at a**height**of one half of the**Earth’s**radius – (9.8 m·s^{−}^{2}per 3,200 km.)### Can we create microgravity on Earth?

**You can simulate microgravity on Earth**, using a special plane and flight path. The pilot flies the plane in a ballistic trajectory: the path and speed it would take as if it were fired from a cannon. Inside, passengers “fall” through the flight path just as the plane does.

### Is it really zero gravity in space?

In

**microgravity**, astronauts can float in their spacecraft – or outside, on a spacewalk. Heavy objects move around easily. For example, astronauts can move equipment weighing hundreds of pounds with their fingertips. Microgravity is sometimes called “zero gravity,” but this is misleading.### Why is gravity at center of Earth Zero?

If you are at the

**center**of the**earth**,**gravity**is**zero**because all the mass around you is pulling “up” (every direction there is up!). If the**earth**were about 36,000 km in diameter with the same mass and length-of-day then the**gravity**at the equator would be**zero**. This is the altitude of geostationary orbits.### Which is center of Earth?

In 2003, a refined result was yielded by Holger Isenberg:

**40°52′N 34°34′E**, also in Turkey, near the district of İskilip, Çorum Province, approx. 200 km northeast of Ankara. In 2016, Google Maps marked Isenberg’s result of 40°52′N 34°34′ECoordinates: 40°52′N 34°34′E as the geographical center of Earth.### Where is the center of gravity of Earth?

Because the mass of the

**Earth**is two orders of magnitude greater than the mass of the Moon, the**centre of gravity**of the**Earth**-Moon system actually lies within the body of the**Earth**; indeed, it is around 1700 km below the surface of the**Earth**.### What happens when gravity is zero?

Without the force of gravity to hold it together, the

**intense pressures at its core would cause it to burst open in a titanic explosion**. The same thing would happen to all the other stars in the Universe. Eventually there would be no clumps of matter, like stars or planets, anywhere in the Universe.### What is a zero gravity position?

The

**zero**–**gravity**(or**Zero**-G)**position**is a neutral body posture initially developed by NASA. It’s defined as being in a state or condition of weightlessness. NASA puts astronauts in this**position**before take-off to equalize their weight and ease the stress on their bodies as they are launched into space.