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Most Pleides Stars Are Aunder 450 Ly Away From Here

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on December 15, 2003 11:24:42 UTC

Aren't they? Orion stars are almost all under 1,500 ly from here.
William Witt wrote:
Pleades And Orion As concerning thier movement or lack there of, those stars and most if not all stars are several in not thousands of light years apart. I'm sure they are moving just like eveything else in the universe.

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