Definition of High-frequency gravitational wave

1. Noun. (physics astronomy) gravitational radiation, in the megahertz to gigahertz region, which is proposed to have been produced by the Big Bang or by the collision of massive astronomical objects or artificially in the laboratory. Gravitational waves having frequencies higher than 100 kHz. ¹



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