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Pretend we are on a space mission to Jupiter. Our instruments detect an identical sister space station, Alpha Alberta, moving away from us at80% of the speed of light. Our instruments reveal that, compared to our station. A. clocks and events on Alpha Alberta are (slow) (fast) (the same) B. the length of AA in its direction of motion appears (shorter) (longer) (the same) C. the momentum of AA is (more) (less) (the same) occupants on AA are making measurements of us. They observe that, compared to their station, (SAME QUESTIONS AS ABOVE)

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well relativity tells speed of light in all reference frames must always be c.. regardless of how fast you are moving... so in order for that to happen.. if you are moving very fast.. what should happen??

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