I am trying to understand Rindler coordinates at a basic level. Here is what I have so far: A uniformly accelerated observer will follow a hyperbolic path in a stationary frame. This is equivalent to having a stationary observer in a uniformly accelerated reference frame. This where Rindler coordinates enter the picture. The part I am having difficulty with is interpreting the Rindler wedge diagram. I see multiple hyperbolas spaced out on the x-axis with straight lines of origin 0,0 intersecting them at various points. What exactly is this diagram showing/telling me? FYI.. I am studying this subject out of interest. My background is in engineering so I understand a fair bit of the math. I just have trouble visualizing what is going on here. Thanks.