Originally posted by ZeroReady
I think photons don't exactly travel in a straight path.
Originally posted by Thurisaz
they have been shining for millions of years so we can see it. If a star vanishes we won't see it happen. If a new star started to shine... we would not see it straight away. It would have to have been shining for a long time before we could see it.
I think that is amazing
Originally posted by litterbaux
Would you rather have a completely black sky?
Stop asking so many questions.
Originally posted by dayve
So if your close to the star that vanishes, you can see it vanish, but from far away you still see it?