Hi, someone asked me how light would be deflected when the sun were moving at high speed along the light ray. The simple answer is: transform in the sun´s rest frame, calculate the deflection and transform back to the observer´s frame. The result is that the deflection would be greater when viewed from a different frame. I have now two questions: 1. Is this correct? 2. Is there a way to explain the result natively in the observer´s frame, something like a strengthening of the sun´s gravitational field in transverse direction, increase of the relativistic mass of the sun, or gravitomagnetics? I hope someone can help.