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On the universality of free fall, the equivalence principle, and the gravitational redshift
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Illustration from Ref. where the caption reads: “(a) Two identically-constructed clocks, A and B, are at rest in a gravitational field. (b) The gravitating body is replaced by an upward acceleration of clocks A and B, and a stationary clock C is introduced to compare their periods.”

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Scitation: On the universality of free fall, the equivalence principle, and the gravitational redshift
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