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FTL in an atmosphere...

by hungrytrash
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Sep10-05, 03:09 AM
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If an object were travelling at say, 99% the speed of light in a vacuum, and then were to travel into the atmosphere of a planet, would the object not surpass the speed of light within the atmosphere?
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