Who developed the theory of special relativity in 1905?
What is the study of how different observers measure the same event called?
Which part of modern relativity deals with observers who are moving at constant velocity?
What is an inertial frame of reference according to the learning objectives?
What does special relativity describe?
What was the first correct version of classical relativity developed by?
According to Einstein's first postulate, what is the essence of the laws of physics in all inertial frames of reference?
What is the main subject of Einstein's theory of special relativity?
Which postulate deals with the measurement of all velocities relative to some frame of reference?
What is an inertial frame of reference according to Einstein's postulates?
What did Einstein base his theory of special relativity on?
In which situation does physics work exactly the same as if you were standing on the surface of the Earth, according to Einstein's First Postulate?
What was well established before late 19th century, according to the text?
What is described as a reference frame in which a body at rest remains at rest and a body in motion moves at a constant speed in a straight line unless acted on by an outside force?
What did Einstein essentially do for the theory of special relativity?
What is measured relative to some frame of reference according to Einstein's second postulate?
Test your knowledge of special relativity theory developed by Albert Einstein in 1905. Explore the limit on an object’s speed and the consequences of this theory. Imagine traveling to other planets and star systems and consider the possibility of other life forms.
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