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Is it possible that time does not completely halt when traveling at C(a photon)? C is 299 792 458m per second. If you turn those meters into time, u get 9.506 years per meters traveled. So when you have traveled in 1 sec, 2 851 800 000 years would have passed. 299 792 458 seconds per meter?

Or Colin2B's answer is also correct.

I'm very curious. I understand that from an observers point of view, if you could put a clock on a photon, the time would appear to stand still because of the Special relativistic time dilation. And for that photon(inertia point of view), time and distance would be nearly instant. But my calculation and thinking of this matter was not entirely on crash course? But I think the calculation is also relative to which point of view one choose?

But I think the calculation is also relative to which point of view one choose?

No, 3.3x10^{-9} seconds per meter traveled.

Was trying to say that when light(photon) had traveled say 13.7 billion light years, it would be a few second old