Overcoming Gravity and Approach to Space Exploration
Professional Researcher of Engineering Research Association (AER), Novosibirsk, Russia
*Corresponding Author: Evgeny Bryndin, Professional Researcher of Engineering Research Association (AER), Novosibirsk, Russia.
January 04, 2023; Published: February 04, 2023
In the Universe, everything is subject to certain Laws (principles, rules) and naturally that the process of gravity cannot be an exception. Gravitational energy regulates interactions in the universe: nuclear, chemical, electrical, and others. Each massive body generates a force gravitational field of attraction to it. Gravitational interaction spreads instantly. Masses or energy-carrying particles moving in gravitational fields emit gravitational waves. The signal from gravitational waves comes at about the same frequency as our inner speech. Gravitational waves carry information about energy, time and space. Humanity has long sought to overcome the power of gravity. The article discusses ways to overcome gravity on earth and in outer space. The approach to cosmic and interstellar galactic development of the Universe is also being considered.
Keywords: Gravity; Gravitational Waves; Overcoming Gravity; Interstellar Development of the Universe
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