Here's something I've always wondered about but never got around to asking anyone. We know that when an object moves very close to the speed of light, outside events from the perspective of the object begin to occur faster and faster, correct? So for every foot that such an object travels, a certain amount of time will pass in the world around it, that amount of time increasing to infinity the closer the object gets to the speed of light, right? So, with this being said, doesn't that mean that an infinity would have to pass in order for a light particle to move any distance? Do we know what a light particle sees while it's moving?