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Take the speed of light (300,000 km/sec, or 186,000 miles/sec), and multiply it by 86400 seconds/day.

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The speed of light is 186,282 miles per second.

distance = speed x time. Multiply the speed of light (in miles/second in this case) by the time in seconds, to get the distance travel in miles.

10 miles.

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

30 x 1.2 = 36 miles

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The speed of light is 186,282 miles per second.

distance = speed x time. Multiply the speed of light (in miles/second in this case) by the time in seconds, to get the distance travel in miles.

According to Einstein's theories we cannot travel at the speed of light, only close to it. There are many theories on how we can travel near (or beyond) the speed of light.

That depends how many hours you travel at that speed.

At 1mph, 244 miles will take 244 hours to travel. At 60mph, 244 miles will take 4.0666... hours to travel. At the speed of light, 244 miles will take 1.31 milliseconds to travel.

Light can travel 5,869,713,600,000 miles in one year's time.

Mph is a speed - light travels at a constant speed 186,000 miles per second. There are 3600 seconds seconds in a hour, so it travels 669,600,000 miles per hour. In a year that is about 5,878,499,817 miles.

In a vacuum, the speed of light is always 670,616,629 miles per hour (300,000 kilometers per second). The speed of light changes as it enters a different medium, such as Earth's atmosphere, but the change in speed is essentially negligible.

10 miles.

It depends on the speed at which you travel.

Depend on speed

You will travel 65 miles for every hour you drive at that speed.

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