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Experimental Observations of Michelson and Morley (1887)
The speed of light in vacuum is constant regardless of motion of observer.
relates coordinates (t,x,y,z) to (t',x',y',z') of two inertial frames moving with respect to one another with speed v in the common x-direction.
Length Contraction Law
Moving Objects Contract
Moving clocks run slow
Addition of Velocities
Nothing moves faster than light