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Title :双子のパラドックスを解く
Title alternative :A solution for the Twin Paradox in Einstein’s relativity
Authors :仲座, 栄三
Authors alternative :Nakaza, Eizo
Issue Date :2011
Abstract :The twin paradox, which occurs in Einstein’s theory of relativity, will be resolved here. From the discussion of Einstein’s special relativity, the time dilation effects can be predicted. When we regard the Earth’s surface as a rest frame, then an astronaut in a rocket launched from the surface of the planet is in a temporal environment in which time runs slower than that for an observer on Earth. If they meet again after a long period, the astronaut will see that many years have passed for the Earth-bound observer but not for him. This is referred to as a time dilation effect. In the discussion, time in a moving frame that depends on the velocity of each relative velocity is defined as proper time. Consequently, all the celestial bodies drifting through the Universe have proper time determined by their relative velocities. However, the times observed by the observers within these systems are the same as each other. This is governed by principle of relativity.
Type Local :紀要論文
ISSN :0389-102X
Publisher :琉球大学工学部
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12000/24094
Citation :琉球大学工学部紀要 no.72 p.- --
Appears in Collections:No. 72 (2011)

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