Sorry for yet another time dilation question. I have a couple example problems that I can't seem to explain. 1) A ship leaves the Sun and heads for Earth at 0.5c. An observer on Earth would see the the light from the sun take 8 min, and the ship take 16 min. The pilot's clock would show it took 16 min, but once he lands and they compare clocks, wouldn't the pilot's clock be 16min and the observer's clock be greater than 16 min? 2) If I'm driving a car at 0.5c, then someone turns a light on behind me(shooting at me), because the speed of light is the same for all frames of reference, I would see the light approaching me at c. Right? Light can't go slower than c.