# Kepler 22b time to get there

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Hi! There was this information on Frontpage

that told about this 600

lightyears away from us.

There I read a ocmment, that asked how

long it would take to get there.

So I thought "yeah how long would it take? 1

Let' s do the math:

I' m from germany so I' ll do it in kilometres

per hour (the result will be the same, the

steps are just a little different}

So first things first: l lightyear is

about 9 460 800 aoo 000 kilometres

9 460 800 aoo aoo x 600 =

kilometres

Thats the distance.

Now the speed: The fastest NASA rocket can

reach a speed of times sonic speed.

That makes , 8 x = kilometres per

hour.

Now the funny thing:

divided throught 12348

equals -> 459"

Now the proof:

So we had km

Then we had km/ h

We do km/ km/ h ( have km/ km so we can put

this out)

What leaves: h

Proof, that we have the result in h.

st' kiill,'! iil

459" hours makes

19154518958. f) f) f) days

f) weeks

69 month

52442214, 8( wears

that told about this 600

lightyears away from us.

There I read a ocmment, that asked how

long it would take to get there.

So I thought "yeah how long would it take? 1

Let' s do the math:

I' m from germany so I' ll do it in kilometres

per hour (the result will be the same, the

steps are just a little different}

So first things first: l lightyear is

about 9 460 800 aoo 000 kilometres

9 460 800 aoo aoo x 600 =

kilometres

Thats the distance.

Now the speed: The fastest NASA rocket can

reach a speed of times sonic speed.

That makes , 8 x = kilometres per

hour.

Now the funny thing:

divided throught 12348

equals -> 459"

Now the proof:

So we had km

Then we had km/ h

We do km/ km/ h ( have km/ km so we can put

this out)

What leaves: h

Proof, that we have the result in h.

st' kiill,'! iil

459" hours makes

19154518958. f) f) f) days

f) weeks

69 month

52442214, 8( wears

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