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Relativistic Motion of a Radiating Mass

Nature volume 142, pages 717718 (15 October 1938) | Download Citation

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IN 1926, Prof. E. W. Brown1 raised the question whether the usual equation, is rigorously true for a radiating star and, in a letter to NATURE, Sir Joseph Larmor has advanced, from considerations of momentum, that (1) is true.

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  1. 1.

    , "Coll. Papers", 2, 672 (1929), or NATURE, 117, 300 (Feb. 27, 1926). See also "Astronomy and Cosmogony" by Sir James Jeans, 298 (1929).

  2. 2.

    , NATURE, 141, 906 (May 21, 1938).

  3. 3.

    , "The Mathematical Theory of Relativity", 127 (1924). The interpretation of (5) is not, however, mentioned in Eddington's book.

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    • V. V. NARLIKAR

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