I'm taking a Special Relativity course and lately I've been wondering about this thing for some time. Imagine I'm at the origin of my spacetime lattice (hope I can say this), and I've synchronized all my clocks so that when light passes they start running synchronized.
At a time T2, light has reached some clocks and they start ticking.
Let's suppose that at this time there's an event far away where the light has not reached the clocks in space. This the same situation of an event occurring at time T2 outside your light cone:
- Can I make any assumption about this event at time T2?
- How much do I have to wait to see it?
- Do we say this event is too far in space, time or spacetime?
Please address any misconception (if there is) in comment, I will be glad to know them and edit my question.