Okay, I'm kind of new to the subject but I'm learning quite rapidly! So I've been interested in Einstein's theories for some time now and been reading and watching movies about it and I need to know if I have understood it correctly. This is my understanding of the relativity theory, it might be a little different, but probably just another side of the same coin. Before I start, I need to talk about FPS, or Frames per Second. FPS is used mostly within movie and games so tell how many times the picture updates per second. The most common number of FPS during a game is 60. That means the screen flashes pictures 60 times per second, creating an illusion that it is moving. Just to make it easier to explain this, let's just assume life is in 100 FPS and the speed of light is 100 km/h (very much lower than the real number). Everything you see in real-life is pictures (let's assume this as well) flashing before our eyes, also creating the illusion that it is moving (like a TV-Screen) Let's say I'm in space. 100 km to my left, there's a planet. 100 km to my right, there's another planet. These two planets are the exact same size. Since the speed of light is now 100 km/h, I will see 1 hour old stuff when looking at either of the planets because it take 1 hour for the light to reach me. If I travel towards the left planet at a speed of 100 km/h, I will "browse" the pictures at 200 km/h. This will make the time on the left planet go double as fast than it would if I would have been still. But while moving towards the left planet at 100 km/h, I'm also moving away from the right planet at a 100 km/h. That means I am just as fast as the speed of light coming from the right planet. So if I would look at the right planet (while still heading towards the left one), I would see the same picture as long as I move at a the same speed (100 km/h). What would happen if I was moving at 150 km/h? The left planet would go 2.5 times faster than normal, and the right planet would go at a -0.5 times faster, it would go in rewind since I'm faster than the light. So if the time on the both planets are 16:00. After traveling 1 hour to the left planet at 100 km/h, the time would be 18:00 when I'm at the left planet, since for me, the time goes at a double speed. When reaching the left planet, the right planet would still be at 16:00, since I was traveling at the speed of light, and my perception of the time has changed. If I would go back to my original position (100 km away from both planets), it would take me another hour. The time at the left planet would stop completely for 1 hour, and the right planet would go at double speed. When I'm at my destination, the time on both planets is 18:00. Is this how it works?