October 17, 2012
This paper summarizes the different forms of aberration for nearby and remote objects and provides
supporting evidence that the physics of the aberration of light must be a combination of local and remote effects whereby light follows a curved path as a consequence of relativistic aberration. The reference frames that are at the basis of relativistic aberration are put into the context of the relativistic effects on atomic clocks such as used in GPS satellites.
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