geodesic completeness

geodesic completeness

[¦jē·ə¦des·ik kəm′plēt·nəs]
(relativity)
Property of a space-time wherein all timelike and null geodesics can be extended to arbitrary values of their affine parameter. Also known as g-completeness.
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