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Mike_bb

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- Time in reference frame with clock

I considered example of time dilation with light clock. I have a question about measuring time in reference frame with clock.

If we know that clock move from A to B in the reference frame with clock then what time of motion is measured in this reference frame? (In non-moving reference frame time is Δt)

I supposed that time is Δt0 because light reach at end point at this time. But I think it's wrong. I have no more guess.

Thanks.

If we know that clock move from A to B in the reference frame with clock then what time of motion is measured in this reference frame? (In non-moving reference frame time is Δt)

I supposed that time is Δt0 because light reach at end point at this time. But I think it's wrong. I have no more guess.

Thanks.