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At a speed of 1,516 miles per hour, it will take you 1,902,141 years to travel 4.3 light-years.

Q: How long is 4.3 lightyears away if your traveling 1516 mph?

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It depends on how fast you are traveling. If you are traveling at the speed of 60 miles per hour, you would divide 3300/60 to get 55, as in 55 hours. Distance/speed=Time or Time*Speed=Distance

A train is traveling at 60 mph. If the rate of speed increases 4 mph each hour, how long will it be before the ship is traveling at a rate of 80 mph?

That depends on the speed at which one is traveling.

an hour and one minute

If a car is traveling at 5 miles per hour then it will travel 5 miles in one hour. At 50 mph it will take 6 minutes.

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over 9000 lightyears away

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

1 mile unless you go the long route voa heaven and the it is 10000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 lightyears away

2 lightyears

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

72 1/2 lightyears

The Canis Major Dwarf galaxy has already collided with the Milky Way, and is currently located inside our galaxy, approximately 42,000 lightyears away from our galactic center. It is located 25,00 light years from our solar system, which puts us closer to it rather than the center of our galaxy, which is 30,00 lightyears away. Hope this answered your question!

A light year is a unit of space, not time. It is the distance light travels in a year. Eris is far less than a light year away.

3 hours and 32 minutes.

50min

5 hours, that's with no working out

Yes. Because they are so far away, the light from the stars takes a long time to reach us (other than our star, the sun, which takes 8 minutes for the light to get here.) That way, a star 8 lightyears away, will be seen as it was 8 years ago.