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How long would it take a brown dwarf star, five times the size of the Earth, to travel 450 light years, at 3500 mph?

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    time = distance/speed
    1 ltyr = 5.88*10^12 miles

    5.88*10^12/3500 = 1.68*10^9 hours

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