A millionth of the distance that it travels in one second. Take the speed of light, in meters/second or kilometers/second, or even in miles/second, then divide that by a million to get the distance per microsecond.
The speed of light in a vacuum is 2.998 x10^8 m/s. In one microsecond, 1x10^-6 s, light travels 2.998x10^2 m, or 299.8 meters
At the speed of light in vacuum, one mile represents 0.00000537 second .
In vacuum it travels 300 metres.
half a mile
That's a very hard question to answer because it depends on several factors. Bullets from handguns can travel as far as a mile or more.
Top fuel dragsters regularly hit 300mph by the quarter-mile mark.
It depends on several factors, but a good estimate would be, about a mile.
Light travels considerably faster.Sound travels at about 343 meters per second. Light travels at 299,792,458 meters per second.Light in vacuum travels about 876 thousand timesas fast as sound in air.If you meant to ask if light or sound travels faster then this is the answer:Light travels faster, with a speed of 300,000,000 m/s (which is equal to 300,000 km/s, or 186,282 miles per second). Sound, on the other hand, travels at a speed of 340 m/s (which is equal to 1126 ft/s).
Light will travel 1 miles in about 5.368 microseconds (That means that light will travel about 65,000 miles in the time it takes the average person to blink!)
18 seconds to travel a mile at 200 mph.
Light travels approximately 186,282 miles per second, so it takes about 1/186,282 seconds to travel 1 mile.
55.4 seconds per mile at 65mph
1200928982 distance mile
I am not aware that any unit of measurement called a "light mile" has ever been used. It could conceivably be a unit of time: the amount of time required for light to travel one mile, about 1/186,000th of a second.
It depends on it's speed.
That depends on its speed.