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I was wondering how angular momentum transforms at relativistic velocities. I read that it is defined as an antisymmetric tensor, quite similar to the electromagnetic field tensor. Does that mean that there are more similarities between the two (also in the transformation)? And if yes, how to interpret the components of the tensor? Clearly some of its components must represent spatial angular momentum, but what is the rest? Rotation about the temporal axis? Spin?