We all know the experiment - here It says that for the observer on a train the lightning strike that we are traveling to happened first, but I have some questions. 1) We are moving towards right, so we must see the right lightning first. And we are moving away from left lightning so that light reaches us later than right lightning light. So that means that if the train speed is 0.5c, than we are moving towards right lightning at 1.5c and moving away from left lightning at 0.5c? 2) So for c to remain constant we say that for the reference frame on the moving train, the right lightning happened first? That leads me to other question 3) If we were moving with 0.99c towards some galaxy. When we would look at it we would see it accelerated because we were moving towards its light and its time would seem to flow faster?