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What is a Parsec, Anyway?

by Kenny Hoeschen

We all know the Millennium Falcon could make the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs. But what is a parsec? Universe Today publisher Fraser Cain explains it all in this short video. As it turns out, single parsec is approximately 30.9 trillion kilometers, or 3.26 light years

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