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We have 3 clocks A, B and C. They are in a straight line (Time 1). Clock A rotates around it's axis and clocks B and C rotates around clock A at distance L1 and L2 respectively. Distance L2 > L1. Clocks B and C rotates around clock A so they stay in straight line. Clock A rotates around it's axis so clocks B and C are in front of it. Because of distance L1 and L2 clocks B and C travel different distances R1 and R2 at same amount of time. R2 > R1. Thus, the speed of clocks B and C differ.

Are clocks A, B and C stationary relative to each other or not?

Will clocks A, B and C show same time at line (Time 2)? If clocks at line (Time 1) were synchronized.

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# B Are objects moving relative to each other?

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