A remarkable double copy relation of Einstein gravity to QCD in Regge asymptotics is Γμν=(1/2)CμCν−(1/2)NμNν, where Γμν is the gravitational Lipatov vertex in the 2→3 graviton scattering amplitude, Cμ its Yang-Mills counterpart, and Nμ the QED bremssstrahlung vertex. In QCD, the Lipatov vertex is a fundamental building block of the BFKL equation describing 2→N scattering of gluons at high energies. Likewise, the gravitational Lipatov vertex is a key ingredient in a 2-D effective field theory framework describing trans-Planckian 2→N graviton scattering. We construct a quantitative correspondence between a semi-classical Yang-Mills framework for radiation in gluon shockwave collisions and its counterpart in general relativity. In particular, we demonstrate the Lipatov double copy in a dilute-dilute approximation corresponding to RS,L, RS,H ≪b, with RS,L, RS,H the respective emergent Schwarzchild radii generated in shockwave collisions and b is the impact parameter. We outline extensions of the correspondence developed here to the dilute-dense computation of gravitational wave radiation in close vicinity of one of the black holes, the construction of graviton propagators in the shockwave background, and a renormalization group approach to compute 2→N amplitudes that incorporates graviton reggeization and coherent graviton multiple scattering.
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