When a gravitational disturbance occurs, how fast does the ripple in space time travel in empty space?


When a gravitational disturbance occurs, the speed of a ripple in space time travels in an empty space is light speed. Speed of light is calculated at 299,792,458 m/s.
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At the speed of light. If it did not, you could get the the appearance of an accelerating object coming from a different direction from its gravity (as sound waves do). That, it would
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The speed at which a ripple in the space time travel in empty space when it is disturbed by gravity would change at the same speed as the speed of light. ...
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