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Posted by lisa on Thursday, December 8, 2011 at 12:40am.

Suppose the time taken for light to bounce to and fro between the parallel mirrors of a light clock is 1 second, in the frame of reference of the light clock. As seen by another observer moving at high speed at right angles to the to-and-fro motion of the bouncing light, the time taken would be

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