What would you see if you were moving at the speed of light?

(ORDO NEWS) — A similar question was asked by Albert Einstein (March 14, 1879 – April 18, 1955) during his school years, which ultimately led him to the creation of the famous Special Theory of Relativity (SRT).

Einstein’s equations show that as the speed of movement increases, objects begin to look more distorted, and what is happening in front becomes more vivid.

Then, as we approach the speed of light, some truly bizarre effects begin to emerge: objects far in front seem to get even farther away, while those in the back become visible.

After all, reaching the speed of light, you would only see a stunningly bright spot of light surrounded by impenetrable darkness. A strange and frightening effect at the same time!


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