A rocket flies past the me with velocity ##0,866## c, therefore ##\gamma=2##. Its length in rest is 10 m. When I am parallel with the last part of the rocket, the rocket stops immediately. The last part stays parralel with me, but the beginning of the rocket jumps for factor 2, therefore jumps for 5 meters immediately. This implies that deacceleration should have some limit that it prevent velocity larger or equal than c. But I never heard for such connection between acceleration and speed limit. One possible objection is that a relativistic rocket does not behave as a rigid body; Lorentz equations do not prevents that all the rockets stops immediately, but except of this ##v>c##. Maybe this seems the most logical answer to this paradox. Where I am wrong, or what a correct answer to this is?