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speed of light is the same for all observers – all you're actually using is just the fact that the speed of light is finite. With just taking into account that the speed of light is finite, all you'll arrive at is the non-relativistic Doppler effect, which is different from time dilation. …
answered Sep 9 '14 by Red Act