# can you move fast enough towards light so that it has a period of 0?

by stu dent
Tags: light, period
 P: 20 at what speed must i be moving towards a beam of light in order for the wavelength to have a period of 0? would it be the speed of light? would it need to be greater than the speed of light? if so, what period would it be at if i were movign at the speed of light? i mean, maybe the question is dumb, and the answer is obvious that it would be the speed of light, but with relativity, the answer seldom turns out to be obvious i find.
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