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As the velocity of an object approaches the speed of light it appears to move more slowly through time to a stationary observer.
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Explains why there is time dilation for objects moving close to the speed of light.
SCI.PHY.967 (Time Dilation - Physics)
SCI.PHY.968 (Length Contraction - Physics)
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