I'm on a space station in deep space. I depart in a rocket and accelerate to .5 c then level off to that speed. No longer accelerating, I now define myself to be stationary. I define the speed of anything I percieve to be in motion as relative to my own stipulated-to-be-unmoving inertial frame On board I have a Michelson-Morley (or better) apparatus for measuring the speed of light. However, I am not going to measure the speed of any light that originates on my own ship. I am going to measure the speed of a beam of light that comes from the space station I just left. At a prearranged time the space station sends this beam of light in exactly the same direction I am traveling. When it catches up to me I measure it to be going: A. c? B. .5 c? c. other ?