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What a coincidence

Rudy1962 9 Feb 23
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Too logical.

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No shit

bobwjr Level 9 Feb 23, 2020

Sherlock

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How do we know? Did anyone travel to sun and back? 😊😜

Good question. The answer, in a few words, is "Paralax view calculation".

Simply explained; it has to do with viewing any object from two different points. Knowing the distance between the view points and the angles...the distance to the third point can be determined.

It's complex geometry...and if you want to know more; read this;

[universetoday.com]

@Robecology yes, I know this.. it's trigonometry... I was just joking around...

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Wow, such a coincidence. 😂🤣🤣

noworry28 Level 8 Feb 23, 2020
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You don't say.

freedom41 Level 8 Feb 23, 2020
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Depends-if you're using miles one way and kilometers the other then it's different.

EricJones Level 8 Feb 23, 2020

A rose by any other name . . .

@SiouxcitySue . . . is more confusing.

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But how do you travel there without a lot of sunscreen?

glennlab Level 9 Feb 23, 2020
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It surely depends on which route you take.

Moravian Level 8 Feb 23, 2020

go at night when it's cooler

@bookofmorons Good idea but make sure there is a full moon so that you can see where you are going.

@Moravian. You can hitch a ride with the hand picked space force astronauts personally chosen by Trump to land on the sun at night because the temperature is cooler at night.

You can't go to the sun at the night because the sun is not there!

@QuidamOutrepont launch from China.

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