What does a distant observer see if two masses with a given velocity are close enough to each other that time is dilated ?
Scenario (using 2 point masses for simplicities sake): Mass a: 1,00E+030 kg Mass b: 2,00E+030
mass a: 1,39037910021726E+046
mass b: 2,78075820043453E+046
this would mean a velocity of Velocity: 149896229 m/s [ = c/2] for both masses
distance between masses: 3960 m
using the formula for time dilation the time would pass at a rate of ~0,5 at mass a and at a rate of ~0,8 at mass b
if both masses are flying parralel in the same direction does the observer see mass a flying with a speed of 74948115 m/s [= c/4] and mass b flying with a speed of 119916983 m/s [= c/2 *0.8] ?