Answer to Question #4982 in Astronomy | Astrophysics for Pete G

Question #4982
Can an object be placed in space and remain perfectly still outside gravity fields, and despite dark matter, and galactic drift?
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Expert's answer
2012-06-08T11:55:17-0400
The gravitational fields are not limited in space.
In the General relativity theory a gravitational field is not separate physical concept, and the property of space-time appearing in the present of a substance.
Processing from it: there is no place in Universe where there is no gravitational field.

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