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Geodetic precession and frame dragging observed far from massive objects and close to a gyroscope

Kostadin Trenčevski and Emilija Celakoska
From the journal Open Physics

Abstract

Total precession (geodetic precession and frame dragging) depends on the velocity of each source of gravitation, which means that it depends on the choice of the coordinate system. We consider the latter as an anomaly specifically in the Gravity Probe B experiment, we investigated it and solved this anomaly. Thus, we proved that if our present expression for the geodetic precession is correct, then the frame dragging should be 25% less than its predicted value.

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