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Current Theoretical Problems 1. ENERGY IN THE GRAVITATIONAL FIELD In principle, the gravitational waves emitted by an antenna carry away energy which can be absorbed by another antenna. Such energy-transmitting waves are often referred to as gravitational radiation. Since gravitational radiation contains energy, it acts as a source of the gravitational field, thereby modifying itself. Owing to this nonlinear self-modification process and the effect which the gravitational field has on the metric of space-time (and on the definition of lengths and time intervals), it is impossible to give a precise statement of exactly where the energy in the gravitational radiation field is located, or how it is distributed, at any given instant.
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In-Flight Systems E. Pre-Launch Check-out of Overall Systems F . General Considerations VII. Extraterrestrial Multistage Integration A. E a r t h Orbit Assembly B. Cis-lunar and Interplanetary Assembly V I I I . Launching Site and Ground Support Facilities A. Launching Pad B. Ground Support I X . Organization of International Multistage Carrier Vehicle and Payload Programs 39 40 41 41 43 46 51 51 58 61 65 70 72 72 75 77 78 78 80 81 81 85 87 88 89 90 90 90 93 94 94 95 96 40 GEOFFREY K. C. PARDOE A.