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29 v D 0:99975 c. These moving mesons decay into photons whose velocity has been measured and compared with the velocity of photons emitted from a source at rest. No difference in the speed of the photons was found giving  Ä Ä 10 6 though, from a nonrelativistic point of view, one would expect almost 2c. The constancy of c for photons appears to hold for all velocities of the source. The speed of light does not depend on frequency or polarization. The best results for this are from astrophysics.
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