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Re: Speculation Distance To Alpha Centauri 1

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Posted by Paul G on December 30, 1997 10:35:06 UTC

This is what I read in Popular Science 97 September issue: The nearest star, Alpha Centauri, is about 4.3 light years from earth ( About 25,262,500,000,000 miles) away. For interstellar travel at 1 million miles per hour, it would take about 2,882 years to reach Alpha Centauri. Researched by: Cyrus F. Wood Boulder, Colo To find out more go to Popular Science Online

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