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This site explains in mathematical detail the theories behind space time and relativity.
A good page giving details of this astrophysicist.
Looks at the use of inertial coordinates in special relativity, with light propagating isotropically and c independent of the source's motion.
A series of articles about relativity specifically about recent research. Includes movies (QuickTime) and sound.
The precession of the orbits of inner planets, especially Mercury, cannot be accurately described by Newtonian theory but are in close agreement with general relativity.
In general relativity the speed of light is a tensor whose value depends on the coordinate system, location and direction of travel.
Course given at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and issued Spring 1996. Links to other relevant sites.
A brief but detailed article looking at special relativity by using 'proper acceleration' to eliminate the need to start with Lorentz Transformations.
Resources and information on group projects, members, publications, collaborations, and more.
A discussion of three paradoxes associated with the theory of relativity: the barn pole, super-luminal scissors and the twins.
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