Do moving gravitational fields transfer momentum to object located in their curves/fields. For example, the bowling ball on trampoline example, with a baseball in orbit around a bowling ball. If i push the bowling ball it transfers momentum to baseball via the trampoline surface reconfiguration. Do curves in spacetime when reconfiguring in real time also transfer momentum to object in their cuvres? It would also depend on which direction i push the bowling ball and where the baseball is located at that time. If the baseball is behind the bowling balls extra gained momentum, it will receive extra momentum from the bowling ball moving away from it. The baseball gains the momentum from the moving curves reconfiguration in the direction the bowling ball moved. Will spacetime curve reconfiguration force the baseball to gain new momentum? If the new momentum is toward the baseball the curve falls away from under the baseball and the baseball will move to a lower radius? Or maybe a better example, if I pick up the whole trampoline the baseball moves with the whole system? This example would be the equivalent of moving the sun and all the planets or system move with it, like particles in atoms do. Is gravitational curve/field reconfiguration instant?