Lorenzo Iorio, Bahram Mashhoon

Review of the Gravitomagnetic Clock Effect

  • General Physics and Astronomy

AbstractThe general relativistic gravitomagnetic clock effect, in its simplest form, consists of the non‐vanishing difference in the orbital periods of two counter‐orbiting objects moving in opposite directions along circular orbits lying in the equatorial plane of a central rotating source. Both the theoretical and observational aspects of such an intriguing consequence of Einstein's theory of gravitation are reviewed.

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