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Publisher: WGBH Educational Foundation
In this interactive activity from the American Museum of Natural History, users explore how the apparent motion of an object depends on the observer's frame of reference. An…

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Publisher: Nobel Foundation
A timeline of the major developments in relativity. It starts with Galilean Relativity via Newton and ends with General Relativity.
Twin Paradox Program  [ Computer Program ]

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K. Simov and W. Christian
The Twin Paradox program displays the effect of time dilation on a moving twin as seen from a stationary twin. In the default scenario the light signals sent from the moving twin are…
Simultaneous Events Program  [ Computer Program ]

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K. Simov and W. Christian
The Simultaneous Events program displays the effect of relative motion on the relative ordering of events in special relativity. In the default scenario two simultaneous events are…
Relativity Metric Program  [ Computer Program ]

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K. Simov and W. Christian
The Relativity Metric program displays the effect of relative motion on the spatial and temporal separation of events in special relativity. In the default scenario, by dragging the…

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J. Wolfe and G. Hatsidimitris
This animated tutorial, part of the Einstein Light website, presents the concept of relativity from a situation inspired by Galileo (an inertial reference frame). It shows the motion…

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J. Wolfe
This web page describes inertial and non-inertial frames of reference, the latter being frames where Newton's laws do not hold. The text explains "fictitious forces", the centrifugal…

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M. Fowler and J. Hui Wan Ching
This simple animation illustrates the principle of time dilation as predicted by special relativity. The simulation consists of two light clocks, one at rest and the other moving at…

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