Relativity and Cosmology

   

A Law of Time Dilation Proportionality in Keplerian Orbits

Authors: Abed Peerally

We examine the Lorentz factor and the Schwarzschild solution in relation to the estimation and verification of time dilation particularly from available Global Positioning System data. We as a result detect the possible occurrence of a proportionality between time dilation effects of special and general relativity in free-fall motion in Keplerian orbits. This observation is then mathematically proved. The results show that gravitational time dilation during free fall in Keplerian orbits must be exactly double that caused in special relativity due to linear velocity. We propose that a law has to be enunciated in view of the proof provided, and of the experimental and technological verification of time dilation effects during the past six to seven decades. The importance of this finding as a universal phenomenon and in the further development of stable clocks and satellite technology is highlighted. 1.

Comments: 17 Pages. AN ORIGINAL RESEARCH FINDING INTEGRATING SR AND GR

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