Does one need to work over an algebraic closed field in ordre to construct GIT quotients à la Mumford? If yes, why?
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Hey MBeasy, you can construct the quotients over an arbitrary "not necessarily algebraically closed field", as Mumford states at the beginning of chapter 1. Greetings Daniel 

