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Title: Anomalous gravity data during the 1997 total solar eclipse do not support the hypothesis of gravitational shielding
Authors: Unnikrishnan, C. S
Mohapatra, A. K
Gillies, G. T
Keywords: Anomalous Gravity;Total Solar Eclipse;Sun;Eclipse;Shielding of Gravity;Terrestrial Experiment
Issue Date: Mar-2001
Publisher: The American Physical Society
Citation: Physical Review D, Vol. 63, No. 6, pp. 062002
Abstract: We present arguments that rule out the recent suggestion by Wang et al. that their observations of anomalous gravity data during the 1997 total solar eclipse in China could be evidence for shielding of gravity of the Sun by the Moon, or could be pointing to some new property of gravitation. In fact, we are able to use their stretch of data obtained before and after the eclipse to constrain the characteristic shielding parameter to the lowest bound ever from a terrestrial experiment.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2248/3145
ISSN: 056-2821
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