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Why is a particular method used above all others when measuring the distances to astronomical objects? Which particular method is it?
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I have a 30cm ruler
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I have a 30cm ruler
Hahah I feel as though i may have some difficulty using a ruler to measure distances to astronomical objects
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Why is a particular method used above all others when measuring the distances to astronomical objects? Which particular method is it?

Sorry, which method were you referring to?
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Sorry, which method were you referring to?
I’m actually unsure of which method it is. Sorry, I worded my question incorrectly. I’m looking to find which method is the best one.
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Take a look at this page for a good intro to this. It talks about using parallax, but other methods are listed on the right.
https://lco.global/spacebook/distanc...e-measurement/
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Take a look at this page for a good intro to this. It talks about using parallax, but other methods are listed on the right.
https://lco.global/spacebook/distanc...e-measurement/
Thank you
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