Astronauts should not be going to Mars in the first place. It is unlikely that they could survive long since Mars is extremely cold (the North pole is balmy by comparison), extremely dry (the Sahara Desert is a rain forest by comparison), and has an extremely thin atmosphere (well beyond any chance of supporting life). Don't be fooled by the gullies and canyons of Mars. If you wish to see how I think they formed, read http://charles_w.tripod.com/mars.html . Sincerely, Charles weber
A lot of mathematical problems about travelling distances, assume that you are travelling at a constant speed.
Whatever speed the wind is travelling.
Now, normally, time is linear and inescapable. However, at extreme speeds, approaching the speed of light, special relativity states that time is perceived as slower by the people travelling at that speed. One example of this is the premise of Planet of The Apes. The astronauts are travelling at something near the speed of light, so while a short time passes for them, a very long time passes for Earth.
Astronauts have no need to measure the speed of light, and they don't carry equipment with which to conduct that measurement.
by the speed they are travelling
Travelling faster than the speed of light is not possible, therefore no galaxies have travelled or are travelling faster than the speed of light.
Travelling faster than the speed of sound causes a loud noise called the sonic boom.
None or Infinity. What speed are you travelling? Are we walking or travelling the speed of light? Temporal distance is entirely dependant on velocities.
An airspeed is the speed at which an aircraft is travelling relative to the air through which it is flying.
Photons begin their existence travelling at the speed of light, they do not "acquire" this speed.
The answer is that u r travelling with an average speed for that time or a constant speed . it also means that u are travelling with a uniform velocity.
The speed of light Changes a Little depending on what it's travelling through. Its fastest in vacuum and slower in glass or water.
If you were travelling faster than the speed of light then yes, but if you were not travelling at light speed you would not. Travelling at light speed can take you around the world 7 times a second.
It depends on what speed you are travelling.
Depends on your travelling speed.
That would depend on the speed at which you are travelling.Time = Distance/SpeedTime = 4322/SpeedIf you know what speed yo are travelling at, then put in into the equation above to get the length of time you would travel for.
The speed of light, depending on how much momentum an object has. Nothing can surpass the speed of light. the Speed of light is exactly 186,282 miles per second, or 299,792,458 metres per second. Let's imagine a scenario. A meteor is racing through space at the speed of light. If said meteor were to crash into an object, then said meteor will lose most its momentum. As some of the kinetic energy from the meteor is transferred to the object it hit, another meteor, for example, then the first meteor should be travelling at a slower pace, where as the secondary meteor should now be travelling faster than before it got hit, unless of course, both meteors were travelling at the Speed of light, in which case, they should both be flung backwards at the same speed. To conclude, objects and the Speed of light limit the speed of an object in space.
They did not, so the question is misguided.
To break the speed limit in order to overtake another vehicle that is travelling at the speed limit, is an offence as you are breaking the speed limit! If the vehicle in front is below the speed limit, you should be able to overtake without breaking the speed limit.
The distance from Earth to an object is unrelated to the speed at which that object is travelling. Your question is the equivalent of asking "A car is travelling at a a speed of 50 mph, how far away is it from my house?"
It depends on the speed at which you are travelling
It depends on the speed at which you are travelling.
It depends on the speed that you are travelling at!
It all depends on the speed at which you are travelling