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Re: Re: Re: Re: Relativity Of Event Horizon

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Posted by Alexander on March 1, 2001 00:31:03 UTC

No, I am not talking about freely falling observer - from observer which is moving with less than local g acceleration (and hanging stationary if outside of EHDO). Light from such observer being inside but close to EHDO will cross EHDO and travel some distance outside before it loses all energy. At this distance outside stationary observer will receive information from under EHDO, thus seing smaller event horizon. Only for infinitely far observer the size of visible from his reference system event horizon will coincide with the Schwarzscild radius.

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