Answer to Question #4982 in Astronomy | Astrophysics for Pete G
Can an object be placed in space and remain perfectly still outside gravity fields, and despite dark matter, and galactic drift?
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.