Hi, I wonder if anyone can answer my question please. I think I understand the basics of relativity and I know that if a person moves at a speed very close to the speed of light, time slows down in that spaceship and they could travel to the future of the stationary land around them whilst only having been gone a day in their time. If it were possible a stationary person watching this spaceship would see them move slowly through time and stay younger than they would otherwise be and see their spaceship clock move slowly etc. What I don't understand is what everything would look like to the person travelling near the speed of light (in terms of time not light spectrum or everything being a blur). Because I have heard that time in the stationary area outside the spaceship would appear to move slower from the point of view of the traveller. I know this makes sense because the light they see travels greater distances so for that speed of light to stay constant things would have to look slow. But isn't the reality that time is moving faster for the stationary person not slower? So if the traveller were to get out his spaceship after a very fast trip but never took his eyes off his destination then time looked to be moving slow there and not fast so how could he suddenly be in the future? In the slow moving time he sees, when would he see all the events of the years passed while he was travelling?