Let there be two objects that have zero relative velocity with respect to each other in an inertial frame. If they both undergo identical accelerations, but one starts the acceleration at t = T1 and the other starts the acceleration at t = T2, then per special relativity the maximum distance that rest frame can measure between the two objects is (T1-T2) * c What acceleration equations show that the separation between these two objects as t approaches infinity approaches c * (T1-T2)
closed as too localized by David Z♦ Jul 17 '12 at 7:56
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