There has been so much interest lately in objects going faster than the speed of light, I though I would propose a little thought experiment. An observer is standing stationary relative to Object A, which is 1x10E10 meters away. Since there is no relativistic limit on acceleration, suppose the observer accelerates to velocity 2.85 x 10E8 m/s in 0.1 seconds. At this velocity, v/c = .9524 and (1-(v/c)^2)^.5 = .305. Assume c = 3 x 10E8 m/s. The instant that the accelerating observer becomes stationary in an inertial reference frame going at velocity 2.85 x 10E8 m/s, Object A is now approximately 3.05 x 10E9 meters away (length contraction). I know Object A is actually closer than that, but I am not factoring this in because the trick I am using doesn't need the distance to be any shorter than 3.05 x 10E9. Object A has traveled 6.95 x 10E9 meters in 0.1 seconds.....or 6.95 x 10E10 m/s.