If an object were to approach the speed of light, its length, as measured by an observer, would become shorter and shorter. But what about the view of the speeding object? If the object is approaching the speed light, then would the world surrounding it appear to be shorter as well? I say this because, in a speeding object's R.F, its surroundings are going to towards him near the speed of light while it is stationary. So, if its surroundings are going at such high speeds, then would that mean there would be length contraction as seen by the object?