Hi, I just saw a video about the twin paradox, explained by using GR. I was wondering whether I understood the video correctly. The video states that when the rocket twin is first accelerating away from earth, his clock and his earth twin's clock are different, but, roughly the same because of how close together they are. But, on the way back, because there is so much distance between the two twins, the rocket twin would see the earth twin's clock flying forward in time much faster than his. So, my question is, in GR, does how fast the stationary observer's clock appear to be moving depend not only on how fast the rocket observer is accelerating but also on how close he is to the stationary observer? So, the farther away the stationary observer is, the faster his clock appears to move?