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Drizy
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This probably has been asked before but i had a thought about the speed of light and time dilation. First off all i know the speed of light is constant and that it is the max speed anything can be but hear me out. So let's say a jet are traveling from point a to b in space with let's say 0,8c observed from earth. The jet is traveling very fast close to the speed of light so he experiences time dilation (time goes slower for him then for earth). But from Earth he is still going 0.8c . So 1h passes for the jet and due to time dilation let's say 10h for Earth doesn't that mean he has traveled 0,8c*10h*3600s. Therefore going faster then the speed of light since the jet only took 1h for the same distance?
Thanks in advance.
Thanks in advance.