I believe the following are all true for an observer in a different inertial frame :(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

An object's length is contracted in the direction of its motion

An object's mass increases under motion

The strength of an electron's field is reduced in the direction of motion

The strength of an electron's field is increased orthogonally to the direction of motion

Have I got this right ? If so, is there a connection between the mass increase of an object and the field increase of an electron ?

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# Electric Field, Mass, Length

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