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Gowdy universes or, alternatively, Gowdy solutions of Einstein's equations are simple model spacetimes in general relativity which represent an expanding universe filled with a regular pattern of gravitational waves.
- Gowdy Spacetimes Robert H. Gowdy Scholarpedia 9(3):31673. doi:10.4249/scholarpedia.31673
- Gowdy, Robert H. (2007), "Of gravitational waves and spherical chickens", [http://www.einstein-online.info/en Einstein Online] External link in
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