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The text is on the classical doppler effect, the relativistic doppler effect, aberration, and the transverse doppler effect.  It also discusses wave fronts, first-order and second order effect, light-time correction, Galilean transformation, and parallax.

Part of a larger set of Physics Notes by James B. Calvert, Professor Emeritus, University of Denver.
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- Cosmic Time and Distance
= Parallax
Electricity & Magnetism
- Electromagnetic Radiation
- General
- Upper Undergraduate
- Lower Undergraduate
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