Subject: unattainable speed of light?
Date: Sat Feb 27 14:07:42 1999
Posted by Matthew Koerner
Grade level: undergrad
School: Kansas State University
City: Manhattan State/Province: KS
Area of science: Physics
If two objects, each traveling 1/2 the speed of light were to
pass by each other, would they each seem to be traveling at the
speed of light to each other due to the theory of relativity?
Re: unattainable speed of light?
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