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I think what I was getting at, was if you were moving away from the sun you would experience the flow of time on the sun as being reduced. Heres how, According to relativity of simultaneity, if you get farther away from an object and have a velocity relative to it in the opposite direction, all events would appear as happening slower. The reason being that just by being farther or closer to an object changes your perception of that objects time. So if we were observing the sun, with a relative velocity in the opposite direction from it, it would be aging slower and therefore it could not emit the same amount of photons for us to receive. Therefore an object with a relative velocity from us would appear less luminous even after the red shift is accounted for. Ive never heard this argument before. Did I error somewhere?