If a certain space-time region has a constant curvature (caused by, say, an even distribution of energy over the region) how would radiation be effected by the curvature? Would it create a red-shift / blue-shift as the radiation moved through the region or would it be un-effected?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Has anyone explicitly solved for the metric tensor in the case of an even distribution of energy over a region of space?

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# Constant Curvature

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