So while reading some science texts on the sun, I came across this:
What is particularly interesting about the radiative zone, is that it can take millions of years for a photon to pass through this zone to get to the next zone
So I already understand this much:
Light is made of photons, which are a particle and a wave.
The speed of light is a universal constant. (E=mc²)
Gravity can warp spacetime.
Since time is relative, when moving at relativistic speeds, time can “slow” for the fast moving object.
So if light particles are slowed inside the sun, does that mean that time is slowed as well?
Ed ecco le risposte: