Physics and Astronomy
In this essay we look at the possibility of vacuum production of very low frequency electromagnetic radiation from a gravitational wave background (i.e. gravity's light). We also propose that this counterpart electromagnetic radiation should be detectable by a lunar orbiting satellite which is periodically occulted by the Moon (i.e., in the shadow of the Moon). For concreteness we consider the possibility of detection of both the gravitational wave and hypothesized electromagnetic radiation counterpart from the supernova core collapse of Betelgeuse
International Journal of Modern Physics D
Scholarly Commons Citation
Gretarsson, A., Jones, P., & Singleton, D. (2018). Gravity's Light in the Shadow of the Moon. International Journal of Modern Physics D, 27(14). https://doi.org/10.1142/S0218271818470211
This essay won "Honorable Mention" in the Gravity Research Foundation 2018 Awards for Essays on Gravitation.