Okay, first I wan´t to say that my english is not to good, so it will be alot of wrong spellings in this text, hope you understand.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Okay, to the problem.

My masters (read: Teachers) wan´t me to write a story about the space.

The person in the story, Rolf, will travel to Mars for a base on the moon in just 24 hours.

I have made some calculitions, and if Mars is about 60 000 000 km away from the earth, he will have to travel at 2 500 000 km/h, or about 104 166 km/s.

As I have understand it, you will move slower trough time if you travel faster through space.

So, now I want to know how much time the travel will take in Rolfs perspective, if it will take 24 hours in the earths perspective.

I want the formula and an example of how you use the formula. (Sometimes, a demonstration of how the formula works will ave mcuh time. Atleast for poor me.)

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# I want a formula

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