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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hi! First sorry my little bad english :-)

My question is... A photon leaves the surface of the sun. It needs approx 8 mins to reach the Earth. Or we can say - in the notion of relativity - that the Earth needs 8 mins to reach the photon. BUT! Photons moving at c. And if we solve the Lorentz equation we get that in the viewpoint of photons there is no distance between two points in space. So the pov of photon the Earth just... get there with no time. But in our point of view... Besically we can say the photon IS moving toward us and we DONT move toward the photon. So...where is the relativity of moving? :-)

My question is... A photon leaves the surface of the sun. It needs approx 8 mins to reach the Earth. Or we can say - in the notion of relativity - that the Earth needs 8 mins to reach the photon. BUT! Photons moving at c. And if we solve the Lorentz equation we get that in the viewpoint of photons there is no distance between two points in space. So the pov of photon the Earth just... get there with no time. But in our point of view... Besically we can say the photon IS moving toward us and we DONT move toward the photon. So...where is the relativity of moving? :-)