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Name: Derek D.
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Age: 40s
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Date: 2001-2002


Question:
I understand that mass increases as velocity increases. Does this mean that the increased mass generates a stronger gravitational field?


Replies:
Hi Derek !!!

The gravitational field is a function of mass. Increased mass means increased gravitational field.

Best regards

Alcir Grohmann



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