I thought I read that if you were in a ship near the speed of light, all the stars would appear to be in front of you. The closer to c you are, the more everything will be collapsed to a cone facing forward. Is that right? Thinking about it a little from the non-moving frame, it seems like there would be fewer visible stars from forward since photons from stars would have to "lead" the ship by so much that they would always end up coming in nearly from behind. I'm not sure how to think about this in the ship frame though. I think the universe would appear compressed in the direction of flight, but I'm not sure what to do with that.