If I move a point charge on some trajectory, then it will produce an electric field as well as a magnetic field. As the charge is moving, and as a point charge can not produce a steady current, then due to a varying current, an electromagnetic field will be induced. It will again produce another electric field, and also the magnetic field will induce electric field.
Now I am getting confused, how many electric field and magnetic are here. One electric field due to its own charge, on magnetic field due to its motion and another electric field due to the varying current.
Is the first electric field will also be occured even in magnetostatics? (due to motion of charge)
Do those two electric field follow principal of superposition? I mean do they superpose to form a ultimate resultant field?