So it was inevitable, I suppose, that I should find myself in Hartman's gravitational pull someday.
In the new paper, Laniakea is defined by a gravitational boundary.
The planet is deep in the gravitational well of a black hole, and the black hole would surely have very high tidal forces.
Those planets were found through their gravitational pull on the star.
Something fascinating is going on in the gravitational dance of galaxies, from watching the slow twirls of the dancers.
Some gravitational pull, so that we were not upon the course of flight we should have been on.
Probably it detected us as soon as we entered the gravitational field of the planet.
The gravitational chains would pull the Earth, Venus and Mars after it!
It is water expressing the gravitational relation of different levels.
In accordance with Newton's Law, gravitational attraction increased rapidly on approaching a body.
gravitation grav·i·ta·tion (grāv'ĭ-tā'shən)
The natural phenomenon of attraction between massive bodies.
The act or process of moving under the influence of this attraction.
A movement toward a source of attraction.
The force, first described mathematically by Isaac Newton, whereby any two objects in the universe are attracted toward each other. Gravitation holds the moon in orbit around the Earth, the planets in orbit around the sun, and the sun in the Milky Way. It also accounts for the fall of objects released near the surface of the Earth. The modern theory of gravitation is the general theory of relativity.