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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Two clocks in a gravitational field separated by an altitude of x, exhibit constant time dilation.

Two clocks accelerating in free space separated by the length x of their ship, exhibit non-constant time dilation.

How is the principle of equivalence sustained when this fundamental measure of acceleration differs?

Two clocks accelerating in free space separated by the length x of their ship, exhibit non-constant time dilation.

How is the principle of equivalence sustained when this fundamental measure of acceleration differs?