1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Two clocks located at the origins of the [itex]K[/itex] and [itex]K'[/itex] systems (which have a relative speed [itex]v[/itex]) are synchronized when the origins coincide. After a time [itex]t[/itex], an observer at the origin of the [itex]K[/itex] system observes the [itex]K'[/itex] clock by means of a telescope. What time does the [itex]K' [/itex]clock read? 2. Relevant equations [itex] t' = \gamma t[/itex] 3. The attempt at a solution If [itex] v [/itex] is a significant fraction of the speed of light [itex] c [/itex]: [itex] t' = \gamma t [/itex] So the observer in the [itex] K [/itex] frame would see a time equivalent to [itex] t\gamma [/itex] has passed for the moving clock However, in the Newtonian limit [itex] \gamma \rightarrow 1 [/itex] so that [itex] t'=t [/itex] In which case the observer in the [itex] K [/itex] frame would see that his/her clock would agree with the moving clock. Sometimes I get turned around a bit with relativity so I'm just posting this to make sure I'm not getting turned around again, thanks for checking my work everyone.