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100 seconds. (10 units of 100000 in 1000000, so 10 X 10 seconds = 100 seconds)

Q: If a spaceship could travel 100000 miles a second how long would it take to travel 10 million miles?

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Ten seconds.

It would take 10 seconds.

Nothing can travel faster than the speed of light which is 1080 million kms per hour. ( 300 x 106 metres per second)

Since a microsecond is a millionth of a second, just divide the distance light travels in one second, by a million.

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Usually the spaceship will turn off its engines soon after takeoff; therefore, it will travel precisely at the "speed of its orbit", most of the trip.

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