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A 'light-year' is a distance calculated by how far light can travel in one standard year.

A 'light-minute' is how far light can travel in one minute. Earth is about 8 light-minutes (93,000,000 miles) from the Sun.

14 light-years in space is going to be about 84 trillion miles, a huuuuge distance!

Q: How long is 14 lightyears?

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A lightyear is not a measure of time but a measure of length that light can travel in 1 year. It would take 28 years for light to travel a lightyear

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1,000,000,000 light-years (one billion light-years) are in one Gly

3.26 light years equals 3.08413226 × 10^13 kilometers.

14 days is 2 weeks.

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There are 17500 years in 1 lightyear, so 17500x3= 52500 years for three lightyears.

72 1/2 lightyears

over 9000 lightyears away

it is 0.0000000406 lightyears away, it is pretty close.

Ten Thousand Lightyears was created in 1982.

furlongs, miles, kilometres, lightyears etc.

The milky way is about one hundred million lightyears and it's one of the largest

space means a outside cold world lightyears and lightyears away in the deep space

It would all depend on the speed travelling, as time = distance/speed.

The closest (DX Cnc) is 11.8 lightyears away. The farthest is nearly 4000 lightyears away.

The Crux or Southern Cross constellation is made up of four stars which can be joined in such a way, by an observer on earth, to make a cross shape. Although the smallest constellation, it is one of the most distinctive, appearing on both the New Zealand and Australian national flag. In the sky, it is not very long, maybe just as long as the width of the thumb at arms length. In real terms the distance between the top of the cross (a star called Gacrus) and the bottom of the star (Acrux) is huge. Gacrus is 88 lightyears from earth, while Acrux in over 320 lightyears from us, so a distance of about 230 lightyears separates them. The other two main stars in the constellation are around the same distance as Acrux, 353 and 364 lightyears.