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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #65 - cosmicoverdose
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(05/16/2013) [-]
well theoretically it has already been ripped apart. Probably millions of years ago, as it takes time for light to travel...
User avatar #232 to #65 - foxyloxxy
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(05/17/2013) [-]
just like if the sun blew up we wouldnt know right away
#230 to #65 - anon id: 073b4459
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Not millions dip ****, the milky way is only 100,000 ly in diameter, so probably 50,000 years ago
User avatar #221 to #65 - thatonesmartdude
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Not quite millions, but closer to approximately 27 thousand, give or take one thousand.
#214 to #65 - rapterjesus
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User avatar #161 to #65 - awesomenessdefined
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At most 28,000 years ago.
#92 to #65 - XptoO
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I love the thought of just looking up at night is you looking at the past, I just love it :3
I love the thought of just looking up at night is you looking at the past, I just love it :3
User avatar #144 to #92 - vycanismajoris
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Basically everything we experience is on the past. Stimuli coming from outside of our bodies gets "noticed" by our brains 80 millisecods later.
#236 to #144 - XptoO
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Of couse, but some decades of past upon your eyes is way more fascinating    
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Of couse, but some decades of past upon your eyes is way more fascinating
and here is a unrelated gif, great for fj discussions
#68 to #65 - flabbergastingbleh
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Most likely not millions of years... If it's in our galaxy it won't be millions of years. I think... don't listen to me I am only a Junior in high school.
User avatar #79 to #68 - Turmoil
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You are correct, by NASA's calculations the Milky Way is ~150k light years across.