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Re: How Long We See At Space?

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Posted by Mikro. on August 3, 1998 04:07:05 UTC

Light start to go at one light-source-point. It has speed. We see it at time now.

We dont know, if light-source still life or not. We dont know, what was that distance, to our eye and this light-source. We know only that light coming our eyes, some speed, and some power. Same thing/problem has also radiodignal measuring systems.

Maybe only, accurace distance measuring system is, traditional, directly seed, angle-measuring system. Rest of, is theory and imaginaton.

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