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You are just complaining all the time  "don't post this stuff", "post diagrams" This is how really fast moving black body radiates...
Why have you drawn the majority of the radiation's vectors heading in the same direction of the objects movement? That's definitely not right.
So when a moving black object radiates, the radiation's center of mass moves at the same speed as the object moves.
How can radiation (a photon) have a centre of mass? First it has no mass and second it follows a linear track (in 4D spacetime, before you say anything!) - so 'centre' means what? The photon has a vector, but I think you need to learn vector addition (in this case the object's vector and the photon's) before re-sketching. There is the added complication of observer-relativity for luminal(?) particles, that will require further explanation.
Would you draw me a diagram, pretty please?
See this video peppercorn:Time Dilation - Albert Einstein and the Theory of RelativityLaser gun points one way, laser ray goes completely different direction, because of the fast motion. Surely all types of radiation do the same.
Here is a spinning black disk radiating some radiation. Etcetera, etcetera, etcetera.