Simultaneity principle, Physics

Simultaneity principle

The principle that all of the frames of reference will have invariant simultaneity; i.e., two events perceived as simultaneous (that is, having the similar time coordinate) in one frame will be perceived as concurrent in all other frames. However, according to special relativity , it is not the case; simultaneity is frame-dependent.

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