Abstract: It points to the costly experiments on the detection of gravitational radiation, which have not yet yielded an indisputable
result. It is shown that the well-known theories predict the possibility of finding the gravitational Lorentz forces on the
Earth. It points to known experiments in which these forces are found. On the basis of this assumption, it is made that
the gravitational radiation of cosmic objects can be detected on the Earth as a manifestation of the gravitational Lorentz
forces. The construction of a gravitational antenna designed to detect gravitational waves is proposed. It is shown that
such a design is much simpler than known gravitational antennas and telescopes.
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