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 JAMP  Vol.5 No.3 , March 2017
The Impact of the Earth’s Movement through the Space on Measuring the Velocity of Light (Part Two)
Abstract: In this paper is presented an experiment that has a goal to measure the speed of light in one direction, using one clock and one mirror. To achieve this, we have to make the measurements during the period of one year (nine months at least), taking into account earth’s movement through the space, earth’s rotation around its axis and the fact that earth spin axis is tilted with respect to the plane of its orbit of the sun.
Cite this paper: Čojanović, M. (2017) The Impact of the Earth’s Movement through the Space on Measuring the Velocity of Light (Part Two). Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, 5, 741-757. doi: 10.4236/jamp.2017.53063.
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