Stellar Distances. Earthly Measures

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First published at 20:54 UTC on April 15th, 2018.
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When you read that a star is 11,000 AU closer than another, yet more than 4 light years away, it is challenging to fathom such large distances. Martin Beech, the author of Alpha Centauri explains it in a very interesting manner. Read more at https://bit.ly/2JKtmym

Source: Alpha Centauri (Martin Beech)
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