I think I read somewhere that it's impossible to create absolute zero velocity because there is always a reference point? what defines the reference?
I seen the comments here: https://www.quora.com/How-do-relative-velocity-and-absolute-velocity-differ however I still have questions...
2 ships race to get to the sun first:
Spaceship 1 is rocket propelled, travelling towards the sun at 1,000 mph,
Spaceship 2 is able to phase out of the earths, suns, and galaxies velocity and become completely still, the suns trajectory is in line with ship 2,
The sun is travelling around the galaxy at 550,000 mph
Everything is travelling except ship 2
ship 1 is governed by the predetermined velocities made by the galaxy, sun and earth, which will add/subtract from its own velocity at various stages.
ship 2 is exempt from those forces, yet the sun is the target, or should I say, ship 2 is the suns target? It is still, but the sun is moving towards it at 515,000 mph.
Which is the reference point:
the target (sun)
the object with most speed
the object with least speed
the observer watching?