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I see that hyperbolic rotation of frame F' about the (x2,x3)-plane of frame F is identical to a Lorentz transformation, corresponding to a linear motion along x1 of the frame F' with respect to F.

Then hyperbolic rotation about (x1,x2) means motion along x3 and

hyperbolic rotation about (x1,x3) means motion along x2

Is it possible to hyperb. rotate about say (<any axis>,x4)? Does this even make sense?

The x4 axis is the temporal axis

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# Question on hyperbolic rotation

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