Hi all, I just want to check my qualitativie understanding of what I would see if a ship approached me at the speed of light. Is the following correct: Let's say a light-radiating ship travelling near "c" a long distance off approaches Earth. The light it emits will travel at "c", so the image of the ship will travel at "c". The image of the ship will arrive well before the actual ship arrives. At first, when the ship is far away, the image of the ship will reach Earth a long time before the actual ship does. However, as the ship approaches closer to Earth, the image of the ship won't be as far ahead as the actual ship. Is the above thought correct?