Propagation of light in the field of stationary and radiative gravitational multipoles

@article{Kopeikin2006PropagationOL,
  title={Propagation of light in the field of stationary and radiative gravitational multipoles},
  author={Sergei Kopeikin and Pavel Korobkov and Alexander G. Polnarev},
  journal={Classical and Quantum Gravity},
  year={2006},
  volume={23},
  pages={4299 - 4322}
}
Extremely high precision of near-future radio/optical interferometric observatories like SKA, Gaia, SIM and the unparalleled sensitivity of LIGO/LISA gravitational-wave detectors demands more deep theoretical treatment of relativistic effects in the propagation of electromagnetic signals through variable gravitational fields of the solar system, oscillating and precessing neutron stars, coalescing binary systems, exploding supernova and colliding galaxies. Especially important for future… 
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