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Stellar aberration without relative motion between source and observer

from your answers I am afraid, I din't put the question right. Of course I am aware that stellar aberration can be seen only conparing one stars position on the course of over one year (drawing a ...
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Stellar aberration without relative motion between source and observer

The crucial point with stellar aberration is that the light does actually not travel in a vacuum (as assumed by Special Relativity) but in a physical medium. And according to the Ewald–Oseen ...
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Stellar aberration without relative motion between source and observer

There are three sources of abberation: annual (due to the orbit of the Earth) diurnal (due to its rotation) and secular (due to the relative motion of the solar system. The secular aberration is ...
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Stellar aberration without relative motion between source and observer

It's impossible to measure instantaneous aberration because there is no reference angle to compare against. What can be measured is the variation of aberration over the course of a year. In 6 months, ...
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