Comments on the paper by S. Samuel"On the speed of gravity and the Jupiter/Quasar measurement"

@inproceedings{Kopeikin2005CommentsOT,
  title={Comments on the paper by S. Samuel"On the speed of gravity and the Jupiter/Quasar measurement"},
  author={Sergei Kopeikin},
  year={2005}
}
Recent review article by S. Samuel ”On the speed of gravity and the Jupiter/Quasar measurement” published in the International Journal of Modern Physics D, 13 (2004) 1753, provides the reader with a misleading ”theory” of the relativistic time delay in general theory of relativity. Furthermore, it misquotes original publications by Kopeikin and Fomalont & Kopeikin related to the measurement of the speed of gravity by VLBI. We summarize the general relativistic principles of the Lorentz… 

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