**Author:**

Sokolov, Gennadiy

**Category:**

Research Papers

**Sub-Category:**

Relativity Theory

**Date Published:**

September 18, 2022

**Keywords:**

Doppler effect extended to the ballistic hypothesis, experiments on direct measurement of the speed of light by GPS satellites

**Abstract:**

Using the ethereal version of the Doppler effect, the theory of relativity also states that the frequency of light does not change, since "the speed of the source relative to the receiver is zero."
Extended to the ballistic hypothesis, the Doppler effect shows that a receiver moving relative to the medium with the same velocity V as the source sees not a frequency but a reduced frequency.
The validity of the statement of the ballistic hypothesis about the change in frequency and the fallacy of the statement of the wave theory about the invariance of frequency can be unambiguously proved by the experiment with two GPS satellites moving in the same orbit.

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