I know there are quite a few questions about this drive due to the recent news but I have a question that I haven't seen in the other threads. Say we have a working ship that has already formed the bubble of space-time distortion and accelerating towards the speed of light starting from some arbitrarily small velocity. Do the inhabitants of the space craft experience any sort of special relativity effects? Since one could go faster than light, they would be able to go somewhere and land then look back at themselves traveling, well the light they emitted anyway, right? Would that light be Doppler shifted or is there something that prevents you from observing such a ship, would it not emit light outside the bubble? Maybe these questions are nonsensical since I don't understand that much about the drive. Either way, I'd like to know more about the effects of actually traveling somewhere and then arriving there faster than the speed of light, specifically utilizing the Alcubierre drive.