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Posted by Homan I. Scientist. on May 26, 2000 18:40:22 UTC

I read one space-book.
At this book they think question,
what is that dark between stars.

I have think one answer.

1. This dark between stars is full of light, but we dont see it, because light is see-through-model, like air, or water.

2. And light has it`s own ball-area, depend of it`s power-source, and distance of space is so long.

3. Therefore space is not full of light-sources and therefore dark between stars dont meet that it is empty space.


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