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Radiation from a Uniformly Accelerated

@inproceedings{Boulware1980RadiationFA,
  title={Radiation from a Uniformly Accelerated},
  author={David G. Boulware},
  year={1980}
}
The electromagnetic field associated with a uniformly accelerated charge is studied in some detail. The equivalence principle paradox that the co-accelerating observer measures no radiation while a freely falling observer measures the standard radiation of an accelerated charge is resolved by noting that all the radiation goes into the region of space time inaccessible to the co-accelerating observer. 

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