B Entropy in a non inertial reference frame

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I know that the entropy of a system is the same in different inertial frames. Is this still the case for non inertial frames? For example, is the entropy of a body as seen from a rotating reference frame the same as the entropy seen from a fixed frame?
 

olgerm

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I think yes, it is same in noninertial frames.
 

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