I've been wondering if there is a relationship between the mass of an object and how much it "curves" space-time. I can't seem to find an equation or connection, I have looked at(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); four-momentumbut am not certain what it actually calculates. Maybe I just don't know it and there is yet an equation for this.

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# Is there a Space-Time Curvature equation?

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