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    Value of light-time correction for the moon is written to be 0.704 arcsec (corresponds to moon's speed on orbit). Is it true ? Two horizontal lines and a vertical line cross. At the upper intersection and lower intersection, space ships are situated . Regard the upper space ship as the moon and the lower one as the earth. Common view says that the upper space ship is moving horizontally (at 1.023 km/sec ; imagine a few seconds only). But suppose that there is no rest frame. Then, it will be possible to say, lower space ship is moving. Now, along the lower line, two space ships are moving. One measured value 0.704 arcsec and the other 1.408 arcsec. What values are these ? Light-time correction is impossible to have two values. These values must be recognized not as light-time correction but as aberration like (aether doesn't act. so, it's "like").


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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange View Post
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    Ooouuch !! Be careful here Strange - if my Japanese dictionary is right, this is not in accord with forum rules.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Markus Hanke View Post
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    Ooouuch !! Be careful here Strange - if my Japanese dictionary is right, this is not in accord with forum rules.
    Fair enough. Although it depends on the tone of voice - in real life, I have probably only ever used it with friends to point out they are being silly...
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