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**Unformatted text preview: **PHYS 260 Problem Set 2 i. I ‘ ‘ ‘ ‘ z I ‘ 1, j
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A radio pulse is emitted from a stationary space station just as the tail of the rocket passes by.
(a) How far from the space station is the nose of the rocket at the instant of arrival of the radio
signal at the nose?
(b) By space station time, what is the time interval between the arrival of this signal and its
emission from the station?
(c) What is the time interval according to measurements in the rest frame of the rocket?
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