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zeromodz
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Okay, I am really interested in relativity, but very ignorant in it also. I already know you would divide regular space/time by
√(1 - rs/r)
rs = schwarzschilds radius
r = radius of object from center of mass
How would we define regular space/time in an equation? What units or dimensions do we get the answer in. Thanks in advanced for answering.
√(1 - rs/r)
rs = schwarzschilds radius
r = radius of object from center of mass
How would we define regular space/time in an equation? What units or dimensions do we get the answer in. Thanks in advanced for answering.