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Old July 9th 15, 02:25 AM posted to alt.astronomy.solar
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Default Help! Supernova Question

Somebody said :

"There is a bad part in being a photon born in one of the greatest supernova explosions. You fly for 10 gigayears, pass 10 billion parsecs and end up somewhere on the dirty road, dog poop, Morbid's red hair and almost every human and non-human ****. At least, photons don't care... Good for them in being so abundant, omnipresent, patient and powerful, not like us"

This doesn't sit right with me, is there something wrong with this statement? Is the greatest supernova that far away?

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