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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I have a question on finding a specific solution to Einstein's Field Equations.

How would you find the curvature of the point directly beneath the Earth in the picture, i.e. the point in which the space-time is dipped down the most? It should be the highest curvature in local space. What type of solution would this be?

If this doesn't make sense, please tell me so that I can re-word it in a way that does.

Thanks in advance.

*This is purely for my own curiosity.*Suppose you were given this picture.How would you find the curvature of the point directly beneath the Earth in the picture, i.e. the point in which the space-time is dipped down the most? It should be the highest curvature in local space. What type of solution would this be?

If this doesn't make sense, please tell me so that I can re-word it in a way that does.

Thanks in advance.