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Re: Distant Galaxies

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Posted by Human I. Scientist on January 10, 2000 18:48:35 UTC

78000000 light years. means,

78000000*(300000km*second/year)

It is long distance.

It is so long distance, that human cannot never measure, so long distance.

If somebody has time to check how we measure space-distances, he/she can see, that many space-distances is only some kind of theory, of history.

Our measuring method cannot measure so long distances.

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