Doppler effect, Physics

Doppler effect (C.J. Doppler)

Waves emitted through a moving object as attained by an observer will be blueshifted (compressed) if approaching, redshifted (elongated) if receding. It takes place both in sound with electromagnetic phenomena, though it takes on different forms in each.

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