I know that the speed of light is constant no matter the speed of the observer, my question deals with the effects of time dilation on a photon moving at light speed. A photon at light speed would experience 100 percent time dilation due to it's velocity, therefore, shouldn't it appear stationary? Or is it wrong to assume that just because time stopped for the photon, that it isn't moving?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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