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Re: How We Can Measure Long Distances?

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Posted by Wondering? on February 19, 2000 14:18:52 UTC

: All I can say is you'll need to study. It takes time and the answer is long in explaination. Good Luck!

Study?, but what? I make easy, simple question.

--------- A send B and C receive it.

C wonder????????

Where this B comes? How far-away. Can it travell forever? What is age of B? How A made this B?

------------------ A=Matter source. B=Matter. C=Matter Observer. ------------------ If A is Light-Source, then B is light, and C is our telescope. ------------------

How C can know, what is distance between, A-C,?

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I study more.

------------------ Thanks. ------------------

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