Posted by **vv** on Friday, August 30, 2013 at 8:25am.

Using the scale (1 light-minute equals 10 mm), how many millimeters represent a light year? On this scale, what is the distance from Earth to the nearest star? To the Andromeda Galaxy? (Note that 1 meter = 103 mm and that 1 km = 103 meters.)

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