Time dilation (relativity of time), Physics

Time dilation (relativity of time) is the proper time interval is dilated when it is measured by an observer with reference to whom it has uniform velocity v 

This is known as relativity of time. According to this a moving clock appears to be slow down to a stationary observer.

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