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The quasi-Doppler experiment according to absolute space-time theory

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Abstract

We find the relation between the frequencies received by two observers placed at a given parallel with 180° difference in longitude when they observe a distant light (radio) source. This relation depends on the absolute velocity of the Earth; however, because of the occurrence of aberration, the effect cannot be registered in practice.

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Marinov, S. The quasi-Doppler experiment according to absolute space-time theory. Found Phys 11, 115–120 (1981). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00715199

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Keywords

  • Absolute Velocity
  • Distant Light