Does relativistic aberration apply to electric fields and magnetic fields? If a spaceship accelerated to a relativistic speed with respect to an initial inertial frame, in a constant direction with respect to a uniform electric field, do the effects of aberration affect the magnitude of electric flux density perceived by that spaceship?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

If I have a point source of light of uniform, constant brightness, will the total amount of power received by a spherical shell surrounding that point source of light vary depending on the direction and relativistic speed of that trajectory, in a manner itself varying with the shell position with respect to that light source?

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# Relativistic aberration and locally measured electric flux density

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