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Dec
8
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.
Dec
8
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.
Dec
8
asked For a rocket travelling to a planet, which reference frame measures the dilated time?
Dec
4
revised Calculating the velocity of an elliptical orbit
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Dec
4
comment Calculating the velocity of an elliptical orbit
Of course, silly me
Dec
4
revised Calculating the velocity of an elliptical orbit
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Dec
4
asked Calculating the velocity of an elliptical orbit
Nov
19
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
19
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
5
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
4
accepted Which error propagation equation to use for a function of 2 variables?
Nov
3
asked Which error propagation equation to use for a function of 2 variables?
Oct
30
accepted Does the equation for a wave passing through two slits apply for particles as waves?
Oct
30
asked Does the equation for a wave passing through two slits apply for particles as waves?
Oct
22
accepted For a massless pulley moving upwards with acceleration, is the upward force equal to the downward force?
Oct
22
comment For a massless pulley moving upwards with acceleration, is the upward force equal to the downward force?
Quite clear by "a force pulls the pulley upward".
Oct
22
comment For a massless pulley moving upwards with acceleration, is the upward force equal to the downward force?
Someone's pulling the pulley upward by a hook of some sort...
Oct
22
asked For a massless pulley moving upwards with acceleration, is the upward force equal to the downward force?
Oct
20
accepted How can the fact an electron is in a stable orbit eliminate kinetic energy from the total energy formula?
Oct
20
asked How can the fact an electron is in a stable orbit eliminate kinetic energy from the total energy formula?