Many formulas in Special relativity have v - velocity. And theory says there is no absolute velocity only relative and it cannot be greater than speed of light.
Consider this thought experiment: Empty space, two asteroids A and B, are stationary relative to each other at very close distance. There is an astronaut on asteroid A, he kicks asteroid B and distance between asteroids begin to increase. Then astronaut takes a rock from his asteroid A and throw it in the direction of B, this gives some acceleration (momentum), he notice the distance between asteroids increase more rapidly now. So he continue to repeat this process...
Does astronauts (A) velocity relative to B = change of distance between A and B per tick in special relativity?
Will astronauts (A) velocity relative to B exceed speed of light?
Special relativity states that objects with mass cannot have velocity greater that speed of light, so does it mean there are no such 2 reference frames in universe which move faster than C ? I'm pretty sure there are lots of rocks in universe whose distance change much faster than C.