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comment For a rocket travelling to a planet, which reference frame measures the dilated time?
No, I have a homework question giving the speed a rocket travels and and the distance, and the question is asking what time the Earth measures it to take. So my question is whether the Earth measures t=d/v or a dilated time.
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comment For a rocket travelling to a planet, which reference frame measures the dilated time?
I think you're misunderstanding, because that would contradict everything I've been taught in the last few weeks.
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asked For a rocket travelling to a planet, which reference frame measures the dilated time?