Two masses A and B are accelerated to a velocity V on close “parallel” paths.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

They will experience gravity or free-fall toward one another.

If I take the limit as mass A and B are reduced to zero and the velocity A and B is accelerated to approach the speed of light, ( I am approaching light photon conditions for A and B ), will the objects ( photons ) A and B attract one another / will their paths bend toward one another / will their paths cross one another

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# Parallel path interaction

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