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*g*,

and B, an object with low mass,

The system starts at time

*0*with the distance between A and B being

*0*, A being at rest and B having enough kinetic energy to move it a distance

*r*away from A, until time

*t*all it's kinetic energy is converted and stored as gravitational potential.

How does the curvature change between 0 and t? Does B's stress-energy tensor distort

the metric equally (create an equal gravitational pull) at 0 and t?