1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A rocket ship is accelerating through space. Clocks P and Q are at opposite ends of the ship. An astronaut inside the rocket ship is beside clock P and can also observe clock Q. What does the astronaut observe about the passage of time for these clocks? Justify your answer. Note: There is a diagram given in the question and clock P is at the top ('north') of the rocket ship and Q is at the other end. The rocket is accelerating in towards 'north'. 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution I don't think there would be a difference in time at the clocks are accelerating with the same magnitude/ direction, so although clock Q is accelerating towards the astronaut at P, the astronaut and clock P are being accelerated away from clock Q. Would they both occupy the same frame of reference? I'm not very confident in my answer and I feel as though I might be missing something? This is an advanced higher question (equivalent to English A level) and it's worth 2 marks.