The Man Who Traveled Time

Time Travel looks so mystical. It's a fantasy for some people and for others it's nonsense. Today in this article, I am going to share a very interesting story of an Astronaut who had traveled time in real. It's not clickbait, it's science, and today we are going to explore it. Let's go deeper.

The Man Who Traveled Time

The Man who Traveled Time

Sergei Krikalev, a Russian Cosmonaut is a real-life time-traveler. He has made a jump of 0.02 seconds into his future. 

How he traveled into the Future?

0.02 seconds is a very little margin but required a lot of time to do so. He did this by revolving around the earth in a space station at the speed of 25000 km/hr for 803 days 9 hours and 39 minutes.

He revolved around earth for that long, for that little time traveling.

Not only him. Any person who had been into space has traveled time a little bit. This is all because of the Time Dilation Principle. Let us understand this in brief.

Time Dilation Principle

Time Dilation Principle comes under Einstien's Theory of Relativity. It suggests a difference in the elapsed time measured by two observers, either due to a velocity difference relative to each other or by being differently situated relative to a gravitational field.

In simple language, if you are placed in a space ship and made to move at incredible speeds, the time on your watch inside the space ship moves slowly as compared to the time on the watch of a person living on earth.

The End Notes

Time-Travel will only be successful when we reach an incredible speed. Because manipulating gravity will not be an easy game for us. So, we need eventually high speeds, if we want to make this fantasy real. That's all in this article. I hope you liked it. If you have any questions or suggestions, please comment below. Please share the article with your friends. Have a good one. 


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