Physics, Astronomy & Cosmology / Re: How can the frequency of a clock in relative motion appear to decrease?« on: 08/11/2016 15:10:05 »
...What would you say about the observation?
Jaaanosik - Also thanks for joining the discussion...
I'd be interested to hear what someone other than myself has to say about your observation.
Do you see any error in the observation?
There is a difference in the apparent time and proper time. This puts the twin paradox into a different light
The traveling twin can return older than the twin that stayed behind on the Earth.
What is the "proper time" of the clock traveling at constant velocity 0.1c in the intergalactic space where the gravitational acceleration g is close to 0, meaning the clock is not moving through a gravitational field (gravitational background)?