Hi,
I read various threads in PF about the concept of invariant speed and the speed of light in vacuum that in our universe happens to be the same as the 'invariant speed'.
My doubt is about the speed of the light in vacuum as measured from a non-inertial frame (basically in the context of SR...
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Newton's second law in a non-inertial frame is given by:
Where:
1) ##A## is the translational acceleration, ##\Omega## the angular velocity and ##\dot \Omega## the angular acceleration (all relative to the inertial frame attached to the ground ##F##).
2) r', v' and a' are...