Can Starbow Really Be Seen?
In SF novels and movies -- according to the presentation that makes it visible, the star is blue when its motion is approaching the speed of light, while the light behind it becomes red.
Though the theory is comprehensible, it's a question of being able to really see Starbow.
Both infrared rays and ultraviolet rays--which are invisible in a state of rest--become captured in a state of motion. The star's resulting color, as
Updated April 27th, 2016 at 11:18 PM by T-Toh