The object would probably disintegrate completely. The speed of light is 299,792,458 meters per second, that's fast enough to circle the globe at least 6 times. The force against the wind would have to be at least 500,000 pounds of pressure, and that's an underestimation. The object would most likely catch fire, as well.
If light travels through an object, it is still called light. If you want to specify, you might say "light travelling through an object".
The speed of light is constant. It is 671,000,000 mph.
Electrons are able to travel close to speed of light.
A narrow beam of light traveling in a straight line would be a light beam.
traveling of light depends the characteristics of the object. If it is opaque or if it is a black body, light doesn't travel. similarly if it is transparent it easily gets into it.during the period of travel it changes its velocity. traveling of light depends the characteristics of the object. If it is opaque or if it is a black body, light doesn't travel. similarly if it is transparent it easily gets into it.during the period of travel it changes its velocity.
That depends on the speed of the spaceship. If it were traveling at the speed of light, which is the maximum speed that any object can reach, it would take 640 years to get there.
Nobody knows for sure. We have never witnessed a physical object traveling faster than the speed of light.
It is not possible for any physical object to accelerated to the speed of light. But in one particular extreme it is possible to slow the speed of light according to the Bose-Einstein Condensate. The question better stated would be "Would an independent observer see light emanating from a source that is traveling backwards at the speed of light?" Yes. Light always travels at the same rate. No matter how fast you are traveling, any light that you emit will always travel at a constant rate. (note that it's not possible for a physical object to actually travel at the speed of light in a vacuum).
A light object has less momentum than a heavy object. A light object would stop first.
To an outside observer a person traveling at the speed of light would be frozen in time. To the person traveling at the speed of light, things would seem normal.
It would be black becasue the object would absorb all the red light, and there would be no green light for it to reflect
Any object can absorb light if it didn't the object would be invisible (black)
A flat object would reflect light but it depends on what sort of flat object is it.
The speed of light doesn't travel at all. It just lays there, typicallyon a printed page in a book.If an object is traveling at the speed of light, however, then it's acompletely different story. Such an object would cover 1 quintillionmiles in only 170,108 years (rounded).
The light beam would leave the front of them at the speed of light.
You would be much heavier than normal. The mass of any object increases as its speed goes up.
It would be black becasue the object would absorb all the rblue light, and there would be no red light for it to reflect
The object will appear to be blue. However, the object would be indistinguishable from an object that reflects all colors of light. If yellow light were shone on an object that reflects only blue wavelengths, the object would appear to be black.
Time required to do what? To move from one place to another, divide the distance by the speed of light.
That would depend on the medium which the light is traveling through.
When all light that enters an object passes through the object, it is described as transparent. When some light passes through the object, the object is translucent. If no light passes through the object, it would be described as opaque.
When white light strikes a red object, the object would appear red. The object would have reflected the red light within the white light while all other colours would have been absorbed. When blue light strikes a red object, it would appear black as there is no red light in blue light as it is a primary colour. As a result, the blue light would be completely absorbed by the red object. So no light would be reflected from the object. When violet light strikes a red object, it would appear red, as violet is a combination of blue and red light. The blue light would be absorbed while the red light would be reflected. It is good to learn and revise the light spectrum and primary and secondary light colours. Primary light colours are: Red, Green and Blue Secondary light colours are: Yellow, Cyan and Violet The combinations are: Red + Green = Yellow Green + Blue = Cyan Blue + Red = Violet (or Magenta depending on how you have been taught)
It would take you 4 hours to get to Pluto at the speed of light.
You can not travel backwards in time, because it would mess up the entire universe, just as a solid object traveling faster than light would mess up the entire universe as we know it. The rules of the universe are: 1) No object will mass can travel at, or faster than, the speed of light. 2) No object can travel backward in time. That's the way the universe works.
Solid mass objects CANNOT travel at the speed of light. The faster an object goes, the heavier it gets. It would virtually weigh the same as the moon, the material would vaporize. If you can have two forces acting on the bottom, top, and behind of the object and they all go the speed of light, the object would be stable but would be traveling so fast that the solid mass would push and cut gas atoms and molecules into halves and cause a gap of non-exsistent material to appear. In a sense like a black hole.