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Input information:

gravitational time dilation |  \nradius | 1000 km  (kilometers)\nmass | 100 M_sun  (solar masses)\ntime in rest frame | 1 second


Result:

time seen by stationary observer | 1.191 seconds


Equation:

t = t_0\/sqrt(1 - (2 G M)\/(r c^2)) |  \nt | time seen by stationary observer\nr | radius\nM | mass\nt_0 | time in rest frame\nG | Newtonian gravitational constant (~~ 6.674×10^-11 m^3\/(kg s^2))\nc | speed of light (~~ 2.998×10^8 m\/s)\n(assuming a nonrotating spherical body)

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