Just a basic question:
I know that if you are traveling at $x$ speed the time will pass for you slower than to an observer that is relatively stopped. That's all just because a photon released at the $x$ speed can't travel faster than the $c$ limit.
I want to know what happens if you have two bodies, $A$ and $B$ moving towards each other. If $A$ releases a light beam, and $B$ measures it (the speed of the photons), the speed measured is still the same? The only difference will be the wave length? And if we have the opposite case, $A$ and $B$ are moving away from each other, we get the red shift, but the speed measured will be still the same?
I just want to know if I got it right...