Let us suppose we have an excited atom at rest. It has a certain mean lifetime $\tau_0$. If we wait sufficiently long time $t>>\tau_0$, we will find a deactivated atom and a (spherical) electromagnetic wave function of photon with about $\tau_0\cdot c$ long layer with non zero probability to find a photon within. Something like a fast expanding probability "ring" with a $\tau_0\cdot c$ width of the ring.
Now, let us consider this system in a moving reference frame. It seems to me that this width $\tau_0\cdot c$ is relativistic invariant: it is a difference between two "fronts" of electromagnetic wave rather than a length of a material body subjected to the Lorentz contraction. Is it correct? In other words, whether this picture relativistic invariant?