so, a bit of confusion here - suppose i have a spaceship that can acheive 0.99999C, and i decide to go to a star that is 10LY away. as i travel, the people on earth who ihave left behind determine that, by the clocks on earth, it takes me around 11 years to reach the star. however, due to time dilation, the clock on my ship tells me that it has only taken me about 2 years to travel the 10LY distance. so, did i get that correct? ie, that the ship clock will have only measured the passage of about 2 years during my 10LY travel distance while the clocks on earth have indicated 11 years? and, if i did indeed manage to go 10LY in only 2 years according to my clock, what does that tell me about the "real" distance between the earth and the star i traveled to? what am i missing here? thanks.