Been reading about aberration and two explanations that diverge - classical and relativistic. at speeds much slower than c the angle is very small for either formulation. the stellar aberration that led Bradley to the explanation 300 years ago is less than a minute of arc. Has there been any observation of aberration angles such that it can be definitely ascribed to relativistic effects?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Thanks.

rg

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# Relativistic Aberration?

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