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This is the reason why it is absurd to attempt to place any sort of value on one area of basic research as opposed to another. One area which may quite possibly have great impact on gravitational research is neutrino astronomy. Increasing evidence has been accumulating that neutrinos play a dominant role in cosmology and in the final evolutionary stages of stars. Chiu  has calculated that in the final pre-explosion collapse of a supernova, the star radiates neutrinos at the rate of 1020 ergs/cm 3 /sec, which is sufficient to deplete its entire energy content in a little over a day.
The agreement is good enough to rule out the scalar theory (no deflection) and Newton's theory (one-half the relativistic deflection). Thus, gravity is almost certainly a tensor phenomenon, although the observations cannot single out Einstein's theory from other possible tensor theories. Studies are currently under way to determine the feasibility of improving the data obtainable from terrestrial observations by building special coronagraph-like devices and using photoelectric methods so that it will not be necessary to wait for an eclipse.
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Advances in space science and technology. Volume 6 by III FREDERICK I. ORDWAY