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How far is 9000 light years?

Updated: 7/5/2023

Wiki User

14y ago

900 billion years - if you travel near the speed of light. If you travel at any slower speed, it will take longer of course. But do some reading on time dilation - if the traveller travels at a speed very near the speed of light, from his point of view it will take much less time.

900 billion years - if you travel near the speed of light. If you travel at any slower speed, it will take longer of course. But do some reading on time dilation - if the traveller travels at a speed very near the speed of light, from his point of view it will take much less time.

900 billion years - if you travel near the speed of light. If you travel at any slower speed, it will take longer of course. But do some reading on time dilation - if the traveller travels at a speed very near the speed of light, from his point of view it will take much less time.

900 billion years - if you travel near the speed of light. If you travel at any slower speed, it will take longer of course. But do some reading on time dilation - if the traveller travels at a speed very near the speed of light, from his point of view it will take much less time.

Wiki User

14y ago

Wiki User

14y ago

900 billion years - if you travel near the speed of light. If you travel at any slower speed, it will take longer of course. But do some reading on time dilation - if the traveller travels at a speed very near the speed of light, from his point of view it will take much less time.

Wiki User

14y ago

One light year equals 5.9 trillion miles. So 9000 light years would equal (5.9 x 9000) 53,100 trillion millions.

Wiki User

13y ago

93 million miles is approximately the distance from the Sun to the Earth. Measured in terms of the speed of light, this distance is about 8.3 light-MINUTES.

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14y ago