Basic Relativistic Space Travel Type 1 Computations The spacecraft is simply coasting along a straight path at a constant relativistic speed (β = v/c) during time interval (T), according to a home-based clock or time interval (t) according to the ship clock. In either case, the same distance is spanned during the time interval. Since the relativistic speed (β) is constant, there is no experience of acceleration on the ship (G=0). Time Interval In Years Constant Speed  (β = v/c) 0  <  β  <  1 ``` BASIC RELATIVISTIC SPACE TRAVEL TYPE 1 STATISTICS Time Interval In Years According To Home Clock T = 1 Constant Relativistic Speed β = 0.5 = v/c Acceleration G-Factor Experienced On Ship (Earth = 1.0) G = 0 ============== TIME INTERVALS Time Interval According To Home Clock T = 1 yr = 365.25 d = 52wk 1d 06h 00m 00s Time Interval According To Ship Clock t = 0.8660254037844386 yr = 316.31577873227 d = 45wk 1d 07h 34m 43s Absolute Time Difference 0.13397459621556 yr = 48.934221267734 d = 6wk 6d 22h 25m 17s ```

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