Me and a few friend are currently having a large argument whether time is actually changing when a shuttle is moving near the speed of light.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

so the scenario is a shuttle moves near the speed of light for 100 years. with a clock set to 0:00:00 and a person on earth also has a clock at 0:00:00.

after 100years the shuttle stops at the stationary person, would their clocks read the same time or will the person on the shuttle be younger and have a clock with a lesser time recorded.

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# Time Dilation Arguement

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