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The light from the sun will stop traveling after a particular distance due to its intensity becoming 0.
Up to which planet does the light from the sun travel before which it dissipates into nothing?
If light ceases to exist after a particular distance, How are we able to use telescopes to see objects further than that?
By objects I mean the objects like planets or other bodies that don't emit light on its own.
I'm sorry if my question is trivial, I'm not a physics grad or anything.