most of the stars are long gone before we see them

most of the stars are long gone before we see them

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Some of the stars we see in the night sky no longer exist

Any star visible from the Earth is indeed an unimaginable distance. The next star is 4.3 light years or 43 billion kilometers away. Since light takes over this star, we still have 4.3 years to join us.

Many stars that we can see are much more than that: we can see stars 160,000 light-years away. It is quite plausible that we can see it at a glance, some at least have already benefited

 

Any star visible from the Earth is indeed an almost unimaginable distance. The nearest star is 4.3 light years away or 43 kilometers from Katherine. As the light of this star has contacted us for 4.3 years, we now see that the years were 4.3 years.

Many stars are more than that: with a telescope, you can see that the light-years are 160,000 years old, as we have seen hundreds of years ago. It is quite plausible that among the thousands of stars that can be seen with the naked eye, at least some have already been exploited.

Some of the stars we see in the night sky no longer exist

Did you know that stars are at an unimaginable distance? Every star you see from Earth is so far away that no one has reached it yet. The next version is 4.3 light years away (assuming you read this since Earth-LOL), which is about 43 billion kilometers away. 4.3 years to join us here, so here we are, 4.3 years ago

It’s the closest star, so most stars are more than that. With the help if a telescope can see the stars that are in front of 160,000 light-years, which means we group together, the stars, and hundreds of thousands of years observed (Will you be kidding? see the past? Amazing).

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