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Stokes put forward the theory (I am simplifying here.) that stellar aberration takes place out in space and that light from stars is already fixed in direction with respect to the Earth's surface by the time it reaches the Earth.

Has any experiment been carried out which proves Stokes wrong by showing that aberration takes place in Earthbound instruments and not in outer space?

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