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 >  >  Teaching Philosophy
 >  Content
 >  Motion near the cosmic speed limit
 >  >  Introduction
 >  >  Does an extremely fast object look shortened?
 >  >  Apparent superluminal motion
 >  >  An unexpected view of the back side
 >  >  The near side: facing us yet invisible
 >  >  Fast objects seen nearby
 >  >  Color and brightness
 >  >  Closing remarks
 >  The Ball is Round
 >  Sights that Einstein could not yet see
 >  >  What does an object look like when moving at nearly the speed of light?
 >  >  The main effects explained in a simple and intuitive way
 >  >  Rotation
 >  >  Distortion
 >  >  Changes in colour and brightness
 >  >  Rolling wheels
 >  >  The relativistic bike
 >  >  Static, rotating and rolling wheels
 >  >  Faster than his shadow
 >  >  The computer simulations
 >  >  Concluding remarks
 >  >  References
 >  Rolling Wheels
 >  Brightness and color of rapidly moving objects: The visual appearance of a large sphere revisited
 >  >  Supplement
 >  Through the city at nearly the speed of light
 >  >  Mr Tompkins in Tübingen
 >  >  Riding along the Marktgasse
 >  >  Colour and brightness
 >  >  Other places of interest
 >  >  Simulating the relativistic bike ride
 >  Visual observations in high speed flight
 >  >  Two snapshots taken in high speed flight
 >  >  Simple explanation by means of a moving pinhole camera
 >  >  General explanation: aberration
 >  >  Do-it-yourself
 >  >  Concluding remarks
 >  >  References
 >  Accelerated motion
 >  Relativistic Flight through a Lattice
 >  Destination Black Hole
 >  >  Destination Black Hole
 >  >  Step by step towards the horizon
 >  >  Downwards in free fall
 >  >  Concluding remarks
 >  Step by Step into a Black Hole
 >  >  Light Deflection near a Black Hole
 >  >  Light Deflection near a Black Hole - Multiple Images
 >  >  "Engulfed" by the Black Hole
 >  >  Details
 >  Flight through a Wormhole
 >  Light Deflection Near Neutron Stars
 >  The "Real" Einstein Ring
 >  Interactive Black Hole Simulation
 >  Röntgenpulsare
 >  >  Einleitung, Doppelsternsystem
 >  >  Eine kosmische Röntgenröhre
 >  >  Magnetfeld
 >  >  Pulsformen
 >  >  Herkunft der Strahlung, Lichtablenkung
 >  >  Reprozessierung
 >  >  Akkretionsstrom
 >  >  Ein verzerrtes magnetisches Dipolfeld?
 >  >  Ausblick, Dank, Literatur
 >  Four-dimensional ray tracing in a curved spacetime
 >  Sector Models 1: Curved Spaces
 >  >  Online Resources
 >  Light Deflection in School
 >  >  Online Resources
 >  First-person visualizations
 >  >  Supplement
 >  Gravitational Waves: Models and Experiments
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Authors: Ute Kraus, Corvin Zahn, Date: 2017-08-16 10:36:33
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