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How do you measure distance to stars within the galaxy?
I know that for close by stars (<50 LY) we can use the parallax effect. And for distant galaxies we use red-shift (& hubble's constant). So how do we measure how far is a star lets say 50,000 ...
Aug 27 '11 at 4:30
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