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I'm going to state that two inertial bodies that close distance on each other will (becouse of loss of simultaneity)observe time dilation. Also i will state that when one body accelerates it will actually time dilate from its frame of origin. So with this stated, if a rocket traveling under inertia toward Earth at such a speed it can cover 100,000 light years in a year(in the rockets frame due to extreme length contraction) and the rocket could accelerate at such rate that it could come to rest with the Earth in a distance of 1 meter. Then the observer on the ship would see the Earth age >100,000 years over the distance of that meter correct. If so can anyone tell me what an observer on Earth would see if looking at the ship?