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Well, I Suppose We Can Answer His Question Now

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Posted by Joe Antognini on March 19, 2003 01:15:35 UTC

That's enough insulting for now boys. Let's focus here. The answer to your question is that it takes about 150,000 years to 200,000 years for the radiation to reach the surface of the sun. Sorry for the delay.

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