Gravitational wave memory created by a Black Hole scattering. (Cross Polarisation)

“Gravitational Bremsstrahlung” is the gravitational wave signal created by black holes scattering from each other. The visualization was made with ParaView.
We see the positive values of the cross polarisation of the wave. Values are scaled with the inverse distance to the coordinate center. What is then left for large times is called the gravitational wave memory. Relative velocity: 42% speed of light. Masses are symmetric.
Blue – small amplitude | Red – great amplitude


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