Can a child of 6 years old take vitamine d 600?
No not unless they have a health condition that would require them to take d 600.
Kepler-22 is located about 600 light years from us. At a constant light speed, it would take 600 years, however in reality with acceleration and deceleration it would take a lot longer. Also, being 600 light years away, we are seeing it, as it was 600 years ago, so it may not be there when we arrive. However, the chances are good, as it is a star similar to our own Sun.
The answer is right there in your question. "Light year" is the distance that light travels through space in one year. In one year of time, light travels one light-year of distance through space. In 46 years of time, light travels 46 light-years of distance through space. It takes 364 years of time for light to travel 364 light-years of distance through space. Now, to return to your question: For light to travel 600 light-years…
Since distance = speed * time, time = distance / speed = 600 light years / (100 miles / hour). The speed of light in a vacuum is 299,792,458 m/s, which is about 186,282.4 miles/s or about 5,878,499,912,000 miles/year, so a light year is about 5,878,499,912,000 miles, and 600 light years is about 3,527,099,947,000,000 miles. 100 miles / hour * 8765.812778 hours / year = 876581.2778 miles / year, so 600 light years / (100…
Absolutely. The child can become a US citizen through its parents who are US citizens. The child has to apply for citizenship by filing in Form N-600 to obtain the certificate of citizenship. The child should be under 18 years of age in order to document their citizenship status. Even if the child was born outside the US, it will become a US citizen though its US citizen parents.
You pay 600 per month child support to the State of Texas for a child you have never seen but who has your DNA The child will be 18 years old in June 2009 Does that end your court ordered obligation?
As long as there is no back-support owed (Child support that is owed from previous months not paid) then 18 is the cut off limit for child support and you would no longer be obligated to pay. HOWEVER, in the state of Texas, if the child continues into college, the legal guardian of the child can bring you to court to continue the support until the child graduates from college.