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originally posted by: 5StarOracle
a reply to: Kashai
Well we would have a very hard time perceiving that wouldn't we...
All we would be able to do if possible and correct in our guess that the gravity is not infinite there or altogether absent is define it's parameters by observing the change in gravitational forces...
Extrasolar planet, also called exoplanet, any planetary body that is outside the solar system and that usually orbits a star other than the Sun. The first extrasolar planets were discovered in 1992. More than 3,000 are known, and more than 1,000 await further confirmation.
space and time may be extremely curved, but that gravity there is not infinite, as general relativity predicts.