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Relasee main menu © G. Wuyts Further detail on Wugis SRT and Twin Paradox page, at
TP menu (NB tracing would end up a bit messy here)
TravTwin seen by HomeTwin Announcing HomeTwins observation…
TravTwin seen by HomeTwin (yellow lines = light world lines ) TravTwin receding (red-shifted Einstein line = perception, at lower-than-v velocity compare brown Lorentz line = perceived) A
Reached turnback point B (hometwin at Rh) TravTwin seen by HomeTwin B Rh
Approaching (blue-shifted Einstein line, perception, at higher-than-v velocity compare green Lorentz line, perceived) TravTwin seen by HomeTwin
Arrived back (C)... TravTwin seen by HomeTwin C C
Announcing TravTwins observation… HomeTwin seen by TravTwin
Departure : TravTwin starts shifting instantly from rest to moving frame HomeTwin seen by TravTwin
Departure : TravTwin shifting instantly from rest to moving frame
HomeTwin seen by TravTwin Departure : TravTwin has shifted instantly from rest to moving frame
HomeTwin receding at lower-than-v velocity until Rv (white line = perceived, red-shifted line = Travtwins perception) HomeTwin seen by TravTwin A A
Reached Rv ; Travtwin has reached B, starts shifting instantaneously inertial frames, and his perception of hometwin in Rv with them, starting from Rv HomeTwin seen by TravTwin B Rv D
Travtwin in B is shifting instantaneously inertial frames, and his perception of hometwin with them, through Rv HomeTwin seen by TravTwin B Rv
HomeTwin seen by TravTwin Travtwin in B has shifted instantaneously to homebound system, and perception of Hometwin in Rv, to Rv Rv E B
Passed Rv, and approaching from there (white line = perceived, blue-shifted line = Travtwins perception) HomeTwin seen by TravTwin B
Arrived ; Travtwin shifts instantaneously to rest system. HomeTwin seen by TravTwin
Arrived ; Travtwin has instantaneously shifted to rest system. HomeTwin seen by TravTwin
Relaty main menu © G. Wuyts Further detail on Wugi’s SRT and Twin Paradox page, at
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