A gravitational lens is a distribution of matter between a distant light source and
an observer, that is capable of bending the light from the source as the light
travels towards the observer. This ...
Dec 26, 2013 ... Why does light appear to curve in the universe? 0. 1. 0 comments. Light bending
around a galaxy. Here light is seen bending around a galaxy ...
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Jun 9, 2014 ... The bending of light by gravity can lead to the phenomenon of gravitational ...
The bowling ball on the trampoline does not explain gravity.
According to Newton's theory, the force of gravity should not affect light. ... when
they observed the bending of starlight when it traveled close to the Sun. ... This is
a two-dimensional picture of what gravity does to spacetime in four dimensions.
Apr 11, 2014 ... Photons can be pulled by gravity not because of their mass (they have none) but
.... at or near C . While a photon has no mass, it does have momentum and
energy. ... In short: Light is bent in a curve due to curved space-time.
We think of gravity in two different ways - classical mechanics (Newton) and
relativity (Einstein). ... here refer to general relativity, which is fair enough, but the
basic issue of gravity bending light does not require spacetime or geodesics.
Jan 23, 2011 ... Answer to the science question: How can light bend? - from the Naked Scientists,
23rd Jan 2011.
For most practical purposes, light moves in a straight line. However, it does bend
a little due to gravity. The small curvature of light passing near the Sun was first ...
Gravity does not directly bend light. Instead, high gravitational fields can cause
bending in space-time, causing light to travel along the resulting distorted paths ...
Nov 29, 2014 ... A2A. Gravitational lensing is the name given to the phenomenon when light from
a ... Nota bene: The light DOES have a certain and momentum (see dual nature
of radiation and matter) and WILL be affected by gravity.