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Hello guys, I just had to ask a quick question about the nature of light. In different synchronization parameters regarding inertial frames (other than 1/2) light can take value between c/2 and infinity. So far, so good for inertial frames. But considering non-inertial frames, what are the boundaries between max and min speed of light in an arbitary direction? Are they the same as in the inertial case, and if not what is their value. An almost absurd thought came to my mind that light may have a velocity so small that it takes very much time to propagate even to our eyes for objects in vicinity, let's say if it's 1 m/s that in takes much more time to reach our eyes, since we are in a non-inertial reference frame. After all, it seems absurd since everybody is saying that light is so quick that the things that we see in our vicinity are so close in time to us that we can almost consider them present even if they are in our past.