How long is 14 lightyears?

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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!

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