Q&A: General Astronomy and Space Science
I have been thinking about the nature of spatial distortion due
to matter. If space is distorted are there any other noticeable
effects apart from a gravitational field? If we were to
"distort" space, is the observable distance through that space
just as "long" to an object passing through it and would take
the same amount of energy to accelerate it regardless of the
distortion? Are there any web links you know of on this subject?