We all know that velocity produces a time dilation, but gravity does too. My question is "Is the dime dilation produced by gravity the same as that produced by motion?"(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

As you increase velocity your clocks (the clocks in your frame of reference) remain constant to you, but the clocks in other frames seem to slow, correct?

In a gravitational feild do the clocks "outside" seem to slow or do they speed up relative to you? Do observers see your clocks slow or speed?

Thanks.

Moore1879

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# Time Dilation and Gravity

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